1. Put the car in the high position.
  2. Secure the wheels on the other side.
  3. Loosen the lid of the hydraulic tank.
  4. Loosen the wheel bolts.
  5. Jack up the car.
  6. Remove the wheel and put it under the side of the car as extra assurance.
  7. Image 1: Remove the bolt (10mm) that holds the bracket (on the picture the bolt is removed).
  8. Use two spanners (13 and 17mm) and remove the two bolts that hold the brake claw.
  9. Pry and bend off the brake claw and put it on a steady surface.
  10. Image 2: Clean and press in the pistons.
  11. Clean the tracks where the new installation hardware will be located and put these in place.
  12. Image 3: Put in the brake pads (if only one has a cord put it on the inside).
  13. Put on the brake claw and fasten it with new bolts.
  14. Image 4: Press the wire carefully into the strain relief with a large flat screwdriver.
  15. Image 5: Put the wire in place (arrows) and connect.
  16. Image 6: Put a blind plug (plastic/rubber) in the other connector if you have wire on only one of the brake pads.
  17. Image 1: Put in the bolt that holds the bracket.
  18. Put on the wheel.
  19. Drop (jack) down the car.
  20. Tighten the wheel bolts to the correct torque.
  21. Tighten the lid of the hydraulic tank.
  22. Put the car in the normal ride height.
  23. Go for a drive and brake hard without stopping a few times.
  24. Re-tighten the wheel bolts to the correct torque.

Brake lining
Min. thickness: 3 mm.

Brake disc
Min. thickness: 28 mm.

Brake claw
Tightening torque: 30 Nm ±2.

Brake caliper support
Tightening torque: 115 Nm ±10.

• Tightening of wheel bolts, both alloy wheel and steel rims: 90 Nm ±10.


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