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Tips

  • Disc brake pads must be replaced on both front or rear wheels at the same time - never replace the pads on only one wheel

  • An approved filtering mask should be worn when working on the brakes.

  • Do not, under any circumstances, use petroleum-based solvents to clean brake parts. Use brake cleaner only!

  • Brake fluid can harm your eyes and damage painted surfaces, so use caution when handling it.

  • If you get any fluid in your eyes, immediately flush your eyes with water and seek medical attention.

  • Many times, you will have several different selections in brake pads for your vehicle (ceramic, semi-metallic or organic). In this situation, always refer back to what the manufacturer recommends.

  • Always lubricate the slide pin. Improper lubrication can cause excessive pads wear due to one of the brake pads constantly rubbing against the rotor.

  • Always be certain to apply a thin layer of anti-rattle grease on the rear of the pad. This grease drastically reduces brake noises that can be mistaken for brake problems.

  • A commonly overlooked item, these are the metal forms that actually secure the brake pad and keep them from moving around when the brakes are applied.

  • Brake fluid is known as an hydroscopic fluid, which means it retains water over time. The problem with this is that water will slowly rot the brake hoses from the inside. Make certain every couple of years you replace the fluid.