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Old 09-23-2016, 12:20 PM
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I susally replace the hardware and the sensors. The pins are covered with brake dust and are a pain to get out. I have to tap them out with a screw driver or punch. You could cleanthem up and put them back in. The sensors are usually fused to the pads.

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1 jack up with jack stands
2 remove tire
3 remove pin and clip
4 - compress calipers with rotos still in place (I have a tool for this)
5 - remove pads
6 - remove sensor
7 - remove caliper bracket (you need the 16pt star thing for this)
8 - remove screw holding on rotor
9 - rotate rotor until you can loosen the parking brake inside the rotor
10 - remove rotor
Awesome thanks so much!!
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