DIY Fix For Replacing Rear Brakes - Honda Accord




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laithmeister: Nice video going to replace my calipers now

STOCKBOY7254: What a great video !!!!

TCM: Thanks for the refresher course. Liked and subscribed. Here’s a link for bleeding poor baby.... https://youtu.be/ioHjV4d6BWk

Leon Cope: How come on my accord there are no metal shims on my front or rear brake pads like there is on yours? It makes me wonder why my breaks are making knocking and squealing noises, it is like the pads are moving.

thurm101: Great video!!!!

Beb152: I had to do the rears on my 7th gen Honda more than once. Somehow those remanufactured calipers don’t last.

BikerBry: This is almost painful to watch. T wrench, using a c clamp on a twist in caliper, rusted outside rotor explanation...

Assertive Karma: The screws on the rotors are JIS heads I believe, not Philips.

P Schmied: There's no penalty for removing the piston from the "core" to examine it before replacement. Often the caliper is ok and at most needs the seal replaced.
-I'll bet that you find the areas of the old caliper support frame under the stainless guides (abutment clips) had a thick uniform layer of rust, so even if the guide pines were moving freely in their bores, the caliper would bind instead of moving freely. Cleaning those areas and removing the rust before relubing should be annual maintenance in coastal areas and where roads are salted.
-Annual draining some brake fluid from a bleeding is also a good idea, (siphoning the old fluid from the master cylinder reservoir and replenishing it first).
-The brake hardware also needs annual cleaning and lube, with silicone lube put under the stainless clips and the frame. on the spring where it rubs against the outer edge of the pads, and on the backs of the pads. ..

Hank Hill: 1317 😂

Erkin Ollamov: Nice!

Jimmie Waverly Jr: $1300 oh hell no

Nicotine Murchandise: Oh, and ALWAYS clean and re-grease your slide pins (the initial 2 bolts you took off to get the caliper out). If they get dirty? They'll stick, which will cause dragging brakes, warped rotors, uneven pads, and seizing in bad cases. Grease them every time pads are changed...just my 2 cents

ENB OmniGaming: Excellent video, great job and thankyou

Anvil Song: Great video, thanks

Biddybalboa: racist name?

Cartland Creative: Thanks!

Eire Mac Aodhagain: Helpful vid

Dano C.: Stick a TR 418 valve stem through that banjo bolt and leaking brake fluid solved. I used to suspend the hose (like you did) or crimp the hose closed till someone informed me of the idea with the valve stem.. Just another item I added to my brake repair arson.

YT: Great, detailed video. Thank you! I have to do almost the same as I (still) have the same car. Parking brake on rear left wheel stopped 'braking' so have to replace complete caliper. Just for fun (and safety) I will do both rear caliper replacements. Unfortunately Canadian prices are NOT as friendly as US$. Caliper (Raybestos) are about $120 (incl. tax), free shipping. Pads go for $25.
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