tucan sam: you dont need that fancy tool , if your on a hurry just use the old brake pad and a c-clamp and push the piston back in . easy
Federico Soto Serrano: Refreshed my knowledge with your video, did a tect book break pad change; thanks you for your video.
Crane Snably: Two complete morons...
DIY Tinker: nice tip. thx!
alainp1020: 1) Tip- avoid touching brake pad surface & brake rotors with greasy hands. Will cause squealing or damage.
2) Spray Brake cleaner on brake rotors while calipers are off to get off the metal shavings left behind from old pads then hose off rotors with high pressure water. This prevents squeaking.
3) Get fine-medium wet sandpaper and gently sand off the rotor to remove the glaze so it doesn't squeal with new pads. Hold sandpaper in one spot and turn rotor in a circular motion. ENJOY !
alainp1020: Huh? These are the back brakes that you just changed. hahaa
alainp1020: Watcha' talking about? These were the rear brake pads he changed.
Devere “Gambet7021” Gambet: Thanks for that tip dude I was changing my rear brakes on my 03 Tiburon and had that problem. Will try plan B tomorrow. Cheers!
DIY Tinker: brake pad spreader or pusher, i think.
soma kue: I'd like to know what that tool is called. thanks!
DIY Tinker: thx for pointing that out.
Dao Jones: When doing the REAR breaks, you have to turn the piston as you compress it. Don't just force it back you can ruin it. There is a pretty cheap tool (looks like a strange metal cube) that helps you do it, but it is a pain. You will see a slot in the piston and that should be lined up the way it was when you are done too.
HunterDTV: Its because its ABS the reason why you have to spin it and not just push it in.
jason walters: i have same car, what about the back brakes though? before i changed brakes there were rubbing and squeaking on driver side. turned out the rotor was loose, the two screws were loose and rotor was moderately damaged. installed new pads because driver side was completely gone but passenger side was OK. still rubbing and squeaking. it feels like caliper not releasing, do u know of any probable cause? thanks for video though, was very helpful
DIY Tinker: maybe the new 2010 has a different system.
Boat: I've used a block of wood and a c-clamp to push the piston back on my 2010 Honda Accord. Worked just fine?
eduardo chavez: Nice car man, I got a white Honda Accord 2000 V6, with a 03 TL Type S Engine Swap Using a 03 CL Type S 6 Speed Manual Tranny, Got To Say Nice Video , Easily Demonstrated. Plus 10+
Rama Kambhampati: Awesome, i learned a lot. Thanks you sir.
DIY Tinker: no. you can push it back like a old chevy or ford... these require twisting it back
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