Kidyugi1: OK when I reach the bottom bolt for the caliper for right front. The bolt
becomes somewhat loose but it looks like the washer is stopping that bolt
to release the caliper. We tried to hold that washer in but it takes a two
man job to get the bolt out. I got the left front out by luck. Is there a
way to get that bolt out faster? I have a 06 civic.
IMP3TIGO: Awesome, thanks for this great video tutorial! So much better/easier than
replacing the rear drums. What parts do you recommend replacing when you
install new brakes? Brake pads but also new rotors? How about replacing
those rusty calipers?
Kidyugi1: Oh btw I looked at other videos from 06-10 civics and no one has the same
problem. But it looks like you know what to do
redrockrabbit: Wow! I have never seen anyone put two wrenches together before like that
and I've worked on cars for 30 years. I was impressed! I usually either tap
it with a hammer, or use a pipe extension. Like your idea! Thanks for the
SteveOlekszyk: Thanks. Just did my 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid with your instructions. It
went smoothly thanks to your instructions. Keep up the good work.
playit00: Was just wondering if you need to torque the bolts or is hand tight good
Raj Sidhu: thanks
playit00: I meant to torque the bolts on the brake caliper and bracket.
William Saenz: Thank you so much .... this video helped immensely. I didn't have a C
clamp, so needless to say, I had to use a little old fashioned elbow
grease. But once I got the hang of it, the other side was a cinch.
Danielle Islas: Super happy you had that technique of two wrenches put together. I am not
as strong as a man so I needed the extra help! Thanks a ton for posting
chadwells77: Check out this video on YouTube:
dn151864: Can I use a regular car jack, the type that you find in a trunk? Or would
that be really unsafe? Thanks!
Jose Rengifo: awesome video
Mark Beard: I managed to get the brake caliper off.. however I was not able to remove
the first 2 bolts on the caliper as it was done in this video
demonstration. Only the final two. My car rides much more smoothly while
braking now. But now I am hearing a knocking sound.. any suggestions?
mateshaljc: good video, thanks.
Armins Slisans: Nice video. Good job.
Mark Beard: I was attempting this today but I was having issues getting 2 bolts lose..
I'll have to try the two wrench's connected technique.
TheBayShadow: Awesome video, going to attempt this tomorrow.
Geremy Spicer: does this work for a 2005 honda civic hybrid
Arin Roney: Would this video work for the 2002 civic si?
arrow282: Great informative video. Thanks!
ricardomunoz2010: thanks for recording this and sharing it with everybody! now i dont have to
pay out of my ass for a simple installation
James Carter: Brake Rotors
1A Auto Parts: You may want to try to bleed the brakes to see if that helps. If it doesn't
there might be an issue with the front calipers. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Fred k: Hi, what is that white stuff you put on the pads and the screws?
Sabroso Lopez: wow... great video. i'd love to see more work on this model... I have an 05
and really like to learn all the parts of my car. thanks again for posting
1A Auto Parts: Any and all bolts that are mentioned in the video need be torqued to some
degree depending upon where they are located. Your best bet would be to try
and get the information through a online forum of some sorts. Thanks for
checking out our YouTube video on how install Front brakes on a 2001-2005
sacheus: Would you not torque the carrier to the HUB?
Vince15nt: If I just want to remove the rotor not changing the pads, can I just
take(loose) off the whole bracket without dis-assembling the pads?
Products For Men: Hi Greg, will you guys be able to do a mod video for rear disc conversion
from drum brakes for 2001 to 2005 civics? that would be awesome.
Idris Ahmed: subscribed. thank you
RonGJX: Since Honda cars are the only ones that have those two screws in the rotor,
and other cars do not, why not just leave those troublesome screws out
permanently? Afterall, other cars do not have such screws and they do just
fine. My understanding is that they were put on at the factory to make
assembly of the brake system go smoother by having the rotor secured in
place. Would appreciate your insight and commentary.
1A Auto Parts: Thank you! Have a great day.
Gregorio Villarreal: Hi my name is Greg... i need to find a bolt for my 2004 Honda Civic LX
Caliper Bracket... Please help! Where can i find it... and what size is it
1A Auto Parts: If you're looking for a performance caliper, you may want to check on a
Civic forum to see what the Honda Civic enthusiasts have found to work well
on your vehicle. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: You could make this repair in your drive way using floor jacks. 1aauto.com
1A Auto Parts: You would need to remove the pads to take the rotor off. It's also
recommended that you change the pads if you purchase new rotors. If the
pads have grooves in them and aren't smooth, they may gouge your new
rotors. We have some great brake rotor and pads kits on our website with
FREE SHIPPING 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: This video will show you how to service the rear brakes on your 01-05 Honda
1A Auto Parts: We haven't had that issue. You may want to check the caliper piston to make
sure that it's compressed all of the way in. It should be flush with the
ThatOne Pin: what is a great brake caliper for a 2005 honda civic lx two door? i am
looking for something strong for a great stopping power.
1A Auto Parts: If you are unable to remove them with the screw driver, you will end up
having to drill out the head of the screw.
David Battle: Thanks very helpful video! :)
Billbmcse: are the caliper bracket bolts reverse thread? I cannot get those suckers
loose at all
Chefianf: That's it? Really... Is there a way to do this without a giant jack lift?
427dynodon: Enjoyed the video.
1A Auto Parts: If you go to the dealer they should be able to get a new bolt for you. Hope
this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Scott yP911: Thanks for sharing! Leaned a lot!
Fred k: Hi Jeremy, thanks for the info. I recently watched your video replacing 04
civic brake pads and when i tried to installed the new brake pads (Hawks
OES) on my own, the thickness of the new pad with shim on will not like me
put back the calipers, do u have any problems with aftermarket brake pads
1A Auto Parts: Thank you for visiting us on YouTube, we'll keep this request in mind. Have
a great day! 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: That could be the case, but we would recommend placing them back securely
into their proper positions.
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