So many of you guys bitching like a abunch of snow flakes. You re doing it wrong you re doing it wrong, yeah? Well let s see you re fucking car repair video, and clearly you re on his video watching because you don t know how to do it yourself.
Never use the new pads to put in the piston wtf.
That part at the beginning where you used a mm allen bit to loosen it. What is that for? Is that to release pressure from caliper piston? Doesn t seem to be required to remove the caliper. Hmmm
Rough as shit you are
I normally do not comment, however. I m a mechanic and have never had a customer come back negative. I noticed a few things you could touch up on. Support the caliper, don t allow it to hang, when compressing the piston, use an old brake bad, and go slowly, otherwise it could tear the square cut seal inside. Or tear the dust boot. Also, you should use a hammer to tap on the rotor, not an air tool. You should also apply anti seize to the ears of the pads so they don t hang up. Clean the rotor. Apply silicone paste to the slide pins, and you almost forgot re installing the clip to the outside of the assembly. And you forgot the dust covers for the sliders, you were on the other side of the vehicle when you installed those, which means you forgot about them, and you re supposed to remove the master cylinder cap before performing this job, and remove the fluid. And add new fluid to the reservoir up to the full mark. Don t feel bad. I ve caught other people doing much worse things, like putting the pads in wrong. Just wanted to offer advice!
Spinge indietro il pistoncino con la pastiglia nuova rovindandola. Non usa una chiave dinamomentrica per stringere bulloni. Non pulisce nulla. Meccanico di merda
Besides the unsupported break line, you probably do not want to use the break pad when compressing the caliper piston with pliers. There could be oil or grease on the pliers transferred to the pad surface or the pad surface could be scratched producing groves in the rotor later. It may also be good to mention to clean the rotor first, since most new rotors are coated, which needs to be removed with some solvent first.
Professional? You should never leave the caliper hanging from the brake line hose facepalm
Nice thank you muchas gracias