Brake Pad Kit - Front (Base Brakes) (Remove and Replace)

Correction code 3301070233010702

Remove

  1. Remove the LH front wheel. See Wheel (Remove and Install).
  2. Remove the brake pad retaining pins that attach the anti-rattle spring from the LH front brake caliper.
  3. Remove the front brake pads from the LH front brake caliper.
  4. Use the caliper spreader kit or similar tool to gently push the piston back into the caliper.
  5. Clean the caliper pins and anti-rattle spring with soapy water and a hand brush.
  6. Repeat step 1 through step 5 for the RH front brake caliper.
1Remove the LH front wheel. See Wheel (Remove and Install).
2Remove the brake pad retaining pins that attach the anti-rattle spring from the LH front brake caliper.
3Remove the front brake pads from the LH front brake caliper.
4Use the caliper spreader kit or similar tool to gently push the piston back into the caliper.
5Clean the caliper pins and anti-rattle spring with soapy water and a hand brush.
6Repeat step 1 through step 5 for the RH front brake caliper.

Install

  1. Apply an even layer of Silaramic lubricant to the brake caliper slides.
  2. Install the LH front brake pads to the LH front brake caliper.
  3. Install the brake pad retaining pins that attach the anti-rattle spring.
  4. Install the LH front wheel. SeeWheel (Remove and Install).
  5. Repeat step 1 through step 4 for the RH front brake caliper.
  6. Pump the brake pedal 3-5 times to seat the pads against the brake rotor until the brake pedal feels firm.
  7. Perform vehicle road test using a series of ABS-active stops and make sure proper brake pedal feel and performance is achieved.
1Apply an even layer of Silaramic lubricant to the brake caliper slides.
2Install the LH front brake pads to the LH front brake caliper.
3Install the brake pad retaining pins that attach the anti-rattle spring.
4Install the LH front wheel. SeeWheel (Remove and Install).
5Repeat step 1 through step 4 for the RH front brake caliper.
6Pump the brake pedal 3-5 times to seat the pads against the brake rotor until the brake pedal feels firm.
7Perform vehicle road test using a series of ABS-active stops and make sure proper brake pedal feel and performance is achieved.