Remove Brake Calipers

Remove Brake Caliper

How to remove brake calipers

The rotor is controlled by brake calipers, allowing you to stop safely and in control.
Over time, the calipers will rust and get stuck, and the brake will scream when you use it. When you need to replace the calipers, please remove the wheels covering the brake system so that the old calipers can be easily removed.
As soon as a new caliper matches your model, loosen the brake pipe so that the line has no air.
The detailed steps are as follows:
1. Remove old calipers
Jacking up the random side of the vehicle.
Please note that
If only with a thousand top-up, please do not work in the car because skid at any time is not firm.
To work on flat ground, do not debris.
If you are concerned about rolling, please place obstacles in the tires, or use other safer props.
Step 2 Use the tool to remove the nuts from the wheels, then grab the sides of the tires and carefully pull them directly from the bolts holding them in place to expose the brake assembly.
If you have trouble removing the nut, add lubricant to loosen it.
The third step
Unscrew the two bolts on the back of the caliper.
The calipers are used to caliper a large metal plate to the ground and find the back bolt to loosen it.
The fourth step
Use a screwdriver to pry the brake pads open.
Once the bolt is loosened from the calipers’ back, the middle part will come loose.
First, pull the brake calipers up and out of the rotor.
If you can’t quickly unload it
The end of a screwdriver is placed on the brake disc and calipers, and the brake pad will be tilted away.
The calipers will still connect to the hose leading to the brake main; please be careful. Otherwise, it is easy to leak the brake fluid.
Step 5
Remove the brake disc from the brake calipers bracket.
Check the thickness when removing the brake pads if their distance is less than 0.
Sixty-four centimeters thick is safe.
Step 6
Remove the two bolts that hold the caliper bracket in place. Locate the back of the calipers with the two bolts at the top and bottom, and remove the screws
Use circuit breaker lever if bolt cannot be loosened.
After the second bolt is removed: the caliper bracket may slip, so hold it in place with one hand to avoid falling and damage.
Install new calipers
The first step
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A standard one piston is used to slow down, and multiple pistons are used to apply pressure quickly and uniformly.
The second step
Loosen the connection to the brake hose
The third step
Fix the hose to the new brake caliper, find a large hole next to the spot on the top of the new caliper, fix it on the hose, tighten the bolt by hand timely, do not leak the brake fluid if there is exposed, please take a towel to wipe it to prevent corrosion.
The fourth step
Tighten the caliper bracket to the brake rotor and tighten the bolts on the frame at the caliper position
Step 5
Install the brake pads on both sides of the bracket, slide the end of the brake bushing block into the slots at the top and bottom of the frame until the rotor is touched, and another brake bushing block is placed into the rotor to secure the bracket.
Step 6
Install the new caliper on the bracket until it fits the brake pads.
Position the calipers so that the piston side is on the brake rotor’s back.
Place the caliper on the brake liner assembly and slide the bolts into the top and bottom holes.
Tighten the bolt by hand until it cannot be rotated, then ratchet it in place.
Once the caliper is in place, check that it is not moving. Otherwise, it may come loose while driving.
Exhaust brake system
The first step
Loosen the cover on the brake cylinder on the bonnet of the car.
Look for a plastic piggy bank labeled with brake fluid or master cylinder.
Unscrew the cap, and you can see the brake fluid inside.
The second step
Look for the metal vent valve on the back of the calipers, insert a plastic hose into the drop valve, seal it, and insert the other end of the hose into the resealable plastic bottle or pipe mouth flat to draw in the fluid.
The third step
Use a wrench to loosen the hex nut at the bottom of the valve, then reduce it counterclockwise. After a few minutes, you will find it flowing into the hose.
The fourth step
Get an assistant to press the brake pedal until there are no air bubbles in the hose.
When your vehicle is parked and closed, have the assistant press the brake pedal several times to draw air from the calipers.
Have them continue to apply the brakes until they can’t see any air bubbles entering the hose from the calipers.
Tell your assistant to hold down the brake before tightening the hex nut around the valve.
The air in the calipers may make your brakes feel soft, and you may not be able to get as much braking force as you normally would.
If the brake cylinder is used up, it may be necessary to fill the brake cylinder with oil.

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