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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 Rear brake caliper pistonpad spreader tools

The rear brakes on our 2002 C230K are worn out. I bought the top of the line ceramic pads at the local auto parts store took one wheel off and saw that I need a way to compress both pistons to remove the old pads and install the new ones. I hope I havent waited too long and scored the discs but finally had the time today to search and find one tool which looks like the mercedes-benz tool and a far

Just the ordinary c-clamp works but if you are into fancy tools just go to a auto supply store that will lend you the stuff. For example I go to Kragen and they lend me 150 caliper tool for doing my kids Mustang because its a parking disc brake MBs dont need it but it cant hurt.

Quote Originally Posted by Buellwinkle Just the ordinary c-clamp works I note that you used teh word clamp not the word clamps. Have you seen the rear caliper on the c230K It has two pistons one on each side of the disc quite unlike the typical Ford or Chevy where there is one piston and a large C-clamp is all you need.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS S V 221 W221 S63S64 AMG BRAKE DISC & BRAKE PADS &REAR SPOILER FOR SALE

Hallo guys... well im divorcing my wife and i have to sell my car...you know how it goes.So i have original NEW front and rear AMG brake calipers and pads for w221 which i wanted to install on my car but now it is pointless since car is for sale. I payed that kit 2000 euros....but i am aware that i am going to lose money so i dont giva a fuck...i just want to sell it asap.This will also fit C216 CL.

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Rear brake shoe replacement [and pads and discsrotors]

I recently changed my rear brake shoes. I also put new discs (rotors) on and cleaned up. Also included is handbrake adjustment. Here is what i did. rear brake shoe replacement.pdf

Just used xmans guide to do my rear pads & disks. It was a great help. Couple of items that may help those doing it The caliper mounting bolts are the two 16mm bolts one above each otehr at the very front of the caliper on inner side. There is some interference so you need a socket and torque wrench that will fit in there. My 38 drive did - barely. I used coated Zimmerman disks. They specify that the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 1-Pin or 2-Pin Rear CalipersPads

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 2000 ML320 Rear Brake Pad Install

Does anyone know how to replace the read brake pad for ML320 Looks like the front and rear are different. I cant get the caliper off and remove the pads. I think there is some trick for the rear one. Anyone please help Thank you

The only thing substantially different between the front and rear brakes on the ML320 will be evident when (if) you remove the rotor. The rear rotor actually has an inner drum with brake shoes used for the parking brake. Sometimes that system„s adjustment wheel has to be turned to relieve pressure between the shoes and drum before the rotor can be pulled free from the hub  exactly like working

to come out first. You may have to lift up on the caliper and pull the bottom out letting the top pad notches pivot on the top slide (or vice-versa). Once you do this you should be in good to replace the pads. If this does not do the trick let me know and I„ll see what I can help you with. - RODNEY Rodney I am in the same situation that you describe here but being very new to car repair on a benz

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Rear Brake Disc Corrosion

Just after I bought my 2001 E320 Estate approximately 4 years ago I had mercedes fit new rear brake discs as the old ones had heavily corroded on the inside face. It would appear this is caused by the inner pad on the 2-pot calipers siezing meaning it is ineffective. The pistons push back easily. Since then I have serviced the car myself and at every service I remove the calipers and pads clean them

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS V 6382 Vito - Changing front and rear discs pads

Just changed the front and rear discs and pads on my vito CD112i. I followed the info in the Peter Russek manual. But heres a few extra bits. Front discs After 68K miles both front discs were rusted onto the wheel hub. Also the phillips head screw holding the discs to the hubs was firmly rusted in place too. After a failed attempt using a blow touch I drilled both screws out and used an M8 tap (1.00)

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS G Removal of Rear Brake Discs

I am in need of a little advice. I needed to replace my rear discs and managed to remove all the brake caliper parts and the cross head securing screw but just could not get the discs off. I followed my WIS instructions. Im assuming that the disc is jammedrusted on. Any advice on how to get the buers off woud be great. As an aside I sourced my replacement discs and pads from VW. When I picked up the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 My DIY Rear Brake Pads C320

Today I replaced the rear brake pads on my 2004 C320. I will show you how I did it and how easy it was. Ive never done this before so if I did anything wrong perhaps the more experienced techs will point out what I did wrong or could have done better. Replacing the rear brake pads on the C320 is very easy because you dont even have to take the calipers off to do it. What you will need are Hammer Channel

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 ML320 Rear Disc Brake removal 2002 - metallic noise

I have an 2002 ML320 that has a metallic pinking noise coming frm the drivers side rear wheel hub I removed the wheel and caliper yesterday and trid to access the rear parking brake mechanism but could not get the disc to come off. I was afraid to hit it to hard in case I bent it and wasnt sure if there was anything else holding it except the small allenbolt. So I have 2 questions 1. Is there anything

Quote Originally Posted by sbrewer715 I have an 2002 ML320 that has a metallic pinking noise coming frm the drivers side rear wheel hub I removed the wheel and caliper yesterday and trid to access the rear parking brake mechanism but could not get the disc to come off. I was afraid to hit it to hard in case I bent it and wasnt sure if there was anything else holding it except the small allenbolt. So

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS V 6382 rear brake pads

Hi All My handbrake is getting a little iffy and i noticed when i had the wheels off to clean right in the gaps (thats dedication for ya eh) that its pads on the rear and they were getting a little thin but i didnt remember to go as far as checking for shoes too. My last car (Pug 406 estate) had a weird disc and drum arrangement on the rear which was a bugger to work on. Can anybody tell me if this

Hello Gordon Just changed my rear pads & discs this weekend. The handbrake works on separate shoes within the disc hub. I had a look at mine but they were fine presumably as they dont really get that much use. (Which was handy as theyre relatively expensive) They seem to have a coarse adjuster within each individual hub and a cable adjustment which runs to both hubs which is centrally mounted under

Thanx for that guys Just what i feared same as my peugeot when i did the shoes on that everything was siezed..... the screw that holds the disc the adjuster in the middle of the car the springs that hold on the shoes the bolts that hold on the calipers. In the end i gave up and put it all back together until the time came when i absolutely HAD to change them. Can i expect the same on the merc Cheers Gordon.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Stuck Rear Brake Caliper

I purchased this 99 E320 wagon in September of this year and its been full of little suprises so far. The biggest suprises were the 40 spots of rust I had to repair. I was aware of about 5 spots from the buyer and I know I should have expected more but I was mostly just looking for a decent wagon with 7 passenger seating. So while changing over to winter tireswheels I noticed the driver side rear rotor

the square shape to which you refer looks like a label that was not removed from the alloywheel before mounting. The mounting marks of the wheel on the disk suggest it is an alloy. i.e it was a new wheel fitted. Did the car have an accident previously have an accident where that wheel was struck Perhaps it spun and hit the rim off kirbing Hence the new wheel and the uneven wear - just a theory. discs

In my experience (not on W210) when the caliper piston fails to retract slightly as it is supposed to it is due to corrosiondebris on piston cylinder wall. Most cars have a rubber boot or seal to protect the area but Im not sure since I havent had occasion to do my rear brakes. I would take time to sort it out since just replacing pads and discs could result in the same problem reoccurring. If MB has

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C III 204 How to change rear brake pads Any DIYs

Has anyone seen online a DIY to change rear brake pads on a W204 I ask because of the defective rear brake pads my car came with. I have too many miles for free replacement but it only costs 60 to buy them myself so I just want to do it myself. However is the car too new to find any DIY online Thanks so much.

If you know brakes it cant be very hard. If you havent changed brakes much in the past you probably should not be doing them yourself on this car. Usually it is simply remove wheel either 1remove caliper mounting bolts and lift off disc or 2undo brake pad retainer and swing out then remove pads being careful to avoid damaging the clipssquealers. push piston back into cylinder with a c clamp and insert

just be aware 99% of all foreign cars have screw in rear pistons. there is a special adapter you need to screw the piston as you compress auto zones will lend you the tool with a deposit for free a cheap tool can be had for 20 bucks pro about 60. If youve done disc brakes B4 its the same. use the blue aerosal around the whole backs there is a sensor and grease the caliper slides and brake pad holder slides

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 rear brake pad

does anyone know how thick a new rear brake pad is Im not sure whether my rear pads are still good or on the verge of replacement. It does show some wear on the rotor but there is still pad life.

Quote Originally Posted by 97C280 Should I be applying the disc brake quiet paste on the pads BTW would any pick that fits for the pin work or only a MB tool Just got all my parts will probably do it next week. Only where the pad means the caliper piston. If you put the paste on the pad where it meets with the rotor you wont be stopping Just slather the rear of the pad (the side without the friction material) with the quiet paste and install.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 do i need new rear padsrotors or is something wrong with the calipers

hey guys thanks for all of your help with my questions. here is my problem i have a 2000 MB c230 Komp. with 57000 miles. i bought this car in Miami last month and dont have much experience with MB. when i got the car home to indiana the first time i drove on a road that was snow covered i went to stop and the front brakes worked fine until you are almost completely stopped then they lock up and the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS B I 245 W245 OE Brembo Rear Pads & Discs Fitted

Hi Guys I changed my rears lately and thought this might help others. here are some photos. httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3113.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3112.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3114.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3115.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3116.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3117.jpg httpi227.photobucket.comalbumsd...1DSCN3118.jpg

brake caliper sliders to be exact are actually the parts I show in the pic. I edited. If you look at my previous post these are the parts that allow the caliper to slide sideways to transfer the force of the piston to the pads on the opposite side. Crucial to a good brake job. If you dont use the right grease moisture will cause the sliders to seize and you get all sorts of problems from one pad not

Also Id apply rust converter (bought some the other day called naval jelly) to that rusty center hub then apply some anti-seize sparingly to prevent further rusting. I also wire brush all rusty parts clean them with brake cleaner and rub grease or anti seize on them. I apply these like a cream to your hands so it just leaves a film. Just to be clear never do this on any friction parts. You can also

Quote Originally Posted by guenter Good point Paulo and Stefan Im used to referring to the stainless steel troughs as sliders and those holding the caliper as caliper slides. As you say both facilitate sliding. If the rubber seal isnt broken I rarely if ever grease the caliper slides. I do take care to grease the sliders with every pad change meticulously to get even braking. Ive had them seize or

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Rear brakes weak calipers frozen

Through the process of teaching 2 teenagers to drive using the family W210 99 wagon the rear brakes appear to have failed. Both rotors rusted over and began to make crunching noises with the application of heavy brake pressure. Having recently rebuilt them I am quite sure the front brakes are working 100%. I have just replaced both frozen rear calipers along with the rotors and I must say I do not

There is no anti dive so in a sudden stop situation the front of the car will always dip. Very little braking effort comes from the rear brakes in normal operation which is why they last so long. The discs (rotors if you must) should however be shiny since the pads will rub off any surface rust. Stop worrying.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS B I 245 Changing rear brake pads.

Hi. In this thread httpwww.benzworld.orgforumsw245...mlpost4820893 there is some great information attached. A PDF showing how to change the front pads. Is there something similar for how to change the rear pads I believe this requires the pistons to be screwed in with a special tool rather than just pressing them in. Thanks for any info. Keith.

Usually the ones that require rotation are the calipers where the handbrake acts directly upon them. In the B of course there are mini brake shoes inside the back of the disc that do the handbraking.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 Need rear brake service - pads only I think.

Is there any reason I shouldnt go OEM despite the dust - well dust at rear is not really an issue. The one review I read about the Akebonos was not so good. Also where do I get parts other than dealer Any tips - I read some where to be careful not to suck up debris into the ABS system as the calipers are pushed in. Ill take any tips available. I already have the very nicely written PDF on the subject

Quote Originally Posted by Darkmann Is there any reason I shouldnt go OEM despite the dust - well dust at rear is not really an issue. The one review I read about the Akebonos was not so good. Also where do I get parts other than dealer Any tips - I read some where to be careful not to suck up debris into the ABS system as the calipers are pushed in. Ill take any tips available. I already have the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Q Should the front wheels move as easy as rear wheels after Brake Pads change

Quick Question On a 2000 MB ML320 Should the front wheels rotate as easily as the rear wheels Ive installed new brake pads and I performed a rotate check by hand. The rear wheels rotate very easily - they almost spin freely. The front wheels can be rotated by using my hands with no special difficulty however they are not rotating as easily as the rear wheels. For all wheels the range of easy rotation

Quote Originally Posted by Mikes ML I had the same problem on my Corvette several years ago. It turned out to be the flexible brake lines going to the calipers being clogged. It would let the high braking pressure close the claipers but would not let the brake fluid return locking up the calipers. This may not be your problem but it is one thing to look at. One other thing is to check the pistons to

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 2003 E320 brake padsensor replacement - does battery have to be disconnected

all i want to replace the front brake padssensors on my 2003 E320 and was wondering if the battery needs to be disconnected to do this job ive read that certain brake repairs require the battery disconnect so i just want to be certain before i begin. thanks in advance

I do not know if this happens to anybody else. I had to get a parcel out of the back after forgetting to bring it inside. I only opened the rear door and I did not hear the SBC system pre-test the brakes and pump the calipers. Not sure if it is only the drivers door or either front door that has to open to get the SBC to wake up.

MERCEDES BENZ 123 123 Replacing Rear Brake Pads

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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 rear X drilled rear brake rotors

Anyone else have a good source for rear X drilled rear brake rotors I have the front C32 X drilled brake rotors looks strange being solid in the rear. My friends Porsche has rear X drilled rear brake rotors and it just looks better. I bought a set of C32 rear brakes complete with calipers. The C32 rear rotors are larger and ventillated vs. solid. But they are not X drilled. C32 rear rotors are internally

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 E500 Rear Rotor ReplacedPads DIY

Ok so a week ago my brake wear light came on so I took my car to mercedes for them to reassure me which parts needed replaced they told me front pads rear rotors and rear pads. At first I though great now I have to take it in. But I remembered replacing pads on my 05 F150 and it was easy so I thought Why not I can probably do it. And I was right It was very simple and easy. I ordered the pads off tirerack.com

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS V 6382 Rear brake - type

I need to replace my rear brakes and pads. The van is a 2001 110CDi. Im looking at getting these mercedes VITO brake discS padS MINTEX rear on eBay also mercedes-benz Car Parts Cars Parts Vehicles (end time 04-May-09 030126 BST) There are two types of calipers listed - ATE and Bosch type. Can anyone tell me how I can spot the difference so I can order the right pads Thanks

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W164 Brake Pad Wear

Heres a question... There have been a couple of threads about brakes recently. It has been stated that the ML brakes are coupled so they wear evenly between the front and rear. Im not so sure about that but anyway if that is the case then why do the fronts dust up more than the rears Unless the pads are made of different material it would make sense to me that all wheels would look the same. Also how

I too was skeptical about the brake wear leveling system but my rears were almost as badly worn as my fronts during my last replace. It caught me by surprise for sure (wasnt excited about dropping another 100 on pads etc once I thought I was in the clear). I like the brake feel of the ML using the OEM pads and have installed OEMs (not the benz-branded OEMs but the centex ones which benz just slaps

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 ML320 brake pad and rotor DIY

I decided to change out my front disc brake pads and rotors on a recently purchased 1998 ML320. Although I had not yet gotten the brake pad sensor warning light in order to do it when it best suited my schedule I elected to do this last weekend with about 1 mm of pad lining before the sensor came in. discLAIMER &8211 This write up is intended to be a &8216blog&8217 account of my changing brake pads

caliper Removal WARNING - My truck does not have SBC brakes. SBC brakes have reportedly caused rapid closure of caliper pistons which can cause injury. Some forum members indicated that prior to working on a car with SBC brakes you need to put it to sleep first by disconnecting the battery. Determine what is right for your car. WARNING - When removing the calipers dont overstretch the rubber brake

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS G Brake Pads & Shoes

I will be due for new brake pads and shoes soon. Since I still have my old brake shoes I am planning to re-use them. I know that mercedes has the replacement pads that pop-rivet on. I want to look into alternatives. On my sedans I have switched over to Pagid pads. I love them Does Pagid (or anyone else) make the softer pads and shoes for G-Wagons Has anyone else found anything that works better

Quote I already have the mercedes pads. They work good but I want better. I dont mind changing them more often becuase they are softer. ... My feelings exactly. I love my G500 but its not perfect and one of the areas that has dissipointed me are the brakes. I know Ill catch flak for saying this but my 89 Range Rover still has much better brakes that my new G has. This just isnt right. Getting back

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C I 202 Brake disc for C36 same as C43

Hej bougth front discs to my -95 C36 and the discs doesnt fit it lokks exactly the same as the old ones but is buildig to much for the inside so the brakes is on all the time..my mecanic says that there is only one type of discs for C36 from -93 to 05.97 on my old discs it says 06.97 can my car have other uppgraded brakes or wath..on the brakes its stamped AMG so my guess is that it could had been

SL600 some SL500 rotors are the same). The calipers are still modified to work on the C-class as the SL-class has trailing calipers and the C-class has leading calipers (the C32 also has trailing calipers and although the calipers physically bolt on the application is not completely correct). The rear brakes were lifted from the E-class not necessarily the E500 as speculated earlier. Yes some mercedes

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS G Removal of Rear Brake

I am in need of a little advice. I needed to replace my rear discs and managed to remove all the braker caliper parts and the cross head securing screw but just could not get the discs off. I followed my WIS instructions. Im assuming that the disc is jammedrusted on. Any advice on how to get the buers off woud be great. As an aside I sourced my replacement discs and pads from VW. When I picked up the

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Problem After Changing Front Brake Pads

Finally changed the front brake pads today. Couldnt say it was easy since that was my first brake job. The passenger side took me 4 hours to figure it out (Without beer)[D]. Driver side took me about 45 minutes. Big difference[8D]. Now I really need your advise. After I installed the first brake pads I actually lose the brake fluid valve in order to push the piston back but the second one I used a

Here is Petes publication in the meantime...... Sorry Dont have the original link How do you do a brake bleedflush From Pete Naylor I received a couple of questions about the brake flushbleed process I used so Ill just reply to everyone by writing up what I did here. Maybe others will find it useful. The ML320 is the first vehicle Ive owned with four separate brake channels so I thought it might give

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 ML320 - Front Brake Pads and Rotors Service

Im in Australia and own a Year 2000 ML320 (purchased new in the UK) in need of a set of new rotors and pads. Im confident enough and have the necessary tools to do the work myself and have read many posts and tips on this forum (thank you all). But I have a few minor questions which I have not seen addressed here. 1. When I press the brake cylinder back to fit the new (thicker) pads to the caliper

Quote Originally Posted by RJV Im in Australia and own a Year 2000 ML320 (purchased new in the UK) in need of a set of new rotors and pads. Im confident enough and have the necessary tools to do the work myself and have read many posts and tips on this forum (thank you all). But I have a few minor questions which I have not seen addressed here. 1. When I press the brake cylinder back to fit the new

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 Getting ready to change brake pads....confused as to which pads I need Help

Ok guys Im getting ready to do a brake pad change on my 2004 C230 Kompressor (I have about 30K miles the brake light has NOT come on yet) I am getting ready to order the pads... Mine has the factory cross-drilled front discs. I guess all the C230s have that but just want to be sure here There are several pads listed. I know this is probably a stupid question but does my C230 need the Front brake pad

2002-2006 C3255 all use the same front and rear brake setup. 2004.5 C230k320 sport sedan has the same front brake as the C3255 other than it says mercedes on them. They are 4-piston brakes. The rear uses the standard non-vented disc from the 2002-2006 rear. 2002-2004 C230k240320 all have the same brakes other than the 320 has the vented rear disc. early 2005 C230k320 sport has the 4-piston brakes same

Quote Originally Posted by FrankW 2002-2006 C3255 all use the same front and rear brake setup. 2004.5 C230k320 sport sedan has the same front brake as the C3255 other than it says mercedes on them. They are 4-piston brakes. The rear uses the standard non-vented disc from the 2002-2006 rear. 2002-2004 C230k240320 all have the same brakes other than the 320 has the vented rear disc. early 2005 C230k320

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 NEED HELP - ESPBAS Light ON after changing Brake Pads

Greetings This is my first post on this Forum and am a bit intimidated. I have the following problem with my 2000 MB ML320 which I hope I can get advice on The ESPBAS light is ON and the car pulls strongly to the left after a steering fluid major spill in the engine compartment and brake pads change Detailed Intro On my MB ML320 I had the steering fluid hose clamp go open while driving - Ive learned

Quote Originally Posted by Witek_M You need to concentrate on mechanicalhydraulic portion of brakes. For power steering fluid to reach wheel speed sensors it would have to be knee deep. There is only 2 liters of fluid in power steering. Look at front brake discs. Any difference in color One severely overheated will have bluish tint. Drive around some and compare disc temperature with infrared thermometer.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E II 210 locked rear brakes

Driving home tonight the car got progressively slower no problems like this before. When I really started noticing a drag I stopped at a light and smelt burnt brakes. Looked at the back and saw smoke out both rear wheel wells. While waiting for the tow truck I tried turning the car off and on engaging and releasing the parking brake no luck. I decided to try one last time after about 30 mins and the

If its the E brake the rear rotors WILL be discolored at the Hub section of the rear rotors..It WILL be Blue from the heat...If thats the problem You WILL need rear rotors and E brake shoes..Seen several do this... If a rear caliper you should see different rear pad wear on the same caliper..and a glazed pad or pads.. IF you are NOT a Mechanic You Should have a Shop inspect the brakes to figure out what the problem is asap

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 Mercedes ML Brake Pad Change Instruction Video

mercedes-benz ML-500 brake pad service made easy - YouTube

Quote Originally Posted by mclass13 you just need that tool to push the caliper piston back i remember the mechanic when i did the front pads he used a hammer to push the piston back. A hammer Ouch. If you dont have a piston retraction tool (most pro mechanics have this a set is not an expensive tool Matco Tools rear Wheel disc brake Piston Tool DB25 eBay for example) you can CAREFULLY pry the piston

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS E III 211 Replaced E350 brake pads yesterday

My wifes 2008 E350 Sport had the Wear indicator come on. The car has 34k miles on it. I bought front and rear pads. A couple of thoughts insights - The front pads ended up being fine. Had about 60% life left. - The rear pads were pretty much shot - There are 2 bolts on each side accessible from the rear of each caliper protected by rubber boots. I mention this in that I didnt know the boots are removable

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS C II 203 Another DIY Brake Pad Comment

Ive read countless threads on DIY brake pad changes herein and discovered various approaches in completing the job. I decided to read the service manual at AllDatadiy.com and follow the directions from the service manual rather than dismantling the caliperand other suggestion herein etc. My results 4 new sets of ceramic brake pads installed within 90 minutes (note this is my first time Ive ever tried

Quote Originally Posted by butler Ive read countless threads on DIY brake pad changes herein and discovered various approaches in completing the job. I decided to read the service manual at AllDatadiy.com and follow the directions from the service manual rather than dismantling the caliperand other suggestion herein etc. My results 4 new sets of ceramic brake pads installed within 90 minutes (note

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