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How to replace Non-asbestos Brake pads?

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How to replace Non-asbestos Brake pads?

The friction block is composed of friction material and adhesive. It is squeezed on the brake disc and the brake drum to generate friction during braking, to achieve the purpose of vehicle deceleration and braking. Non-asbestos Brake pads need to be replaced, so how to replace Non-asbestos Brake pads? Let's take a look together next.

The following is a list of contents:

  • Find all the tools and parts

  • Use a jack to jack up one side of the vehicle at the lifting position of the vehicle

  • Polish the brake pads

  • Push the protruding piston of the brake cylinder inward

Find all the tools and parts

After getting all the tools and parts, we can start replacing the brake pads. We can loosen the fastening bolts of all wheels by half a turn, without completely unscrewing. Before the vehicle is lifted, it is easier to loosen the bolts of the wheels by using the friction between the tires and the ground, which is why we did this in the first step.

Use a jack to jack up one side of the vehicle at the lifting position of the vehicle

The lifting position of the vehicle is the body part dedicated to lifting the vehicle, which is generally located behind the front wheels and on the body "girders" in front of the rear wheels. The lifting position of the vehicle generally has a large raised rubber pad, which can be easily touched by hand. We only need to lift the vehicle until the wheel that needs to be replaced is slightly off the ground. Then we can unscrew all the wheel bolts and remove the wheel. Some vehicles using aluminum alloy wheels, due to the unique wheel structure, make the wheel still stuck on the swing bearing of the wheel after the bolt is removed. If you encounter the above situation, we can try to push the upper edge of the tire sidewall with our feet or use our hands to slap the front and rear edges of the tire sidewall in turns, which will help the tire to escape. The dismantled wheels should be placed under the brake disc to prevent the hydraulic jack from releasing pressure and causing the vehicle to fall and cause casualties.

The brake cylinder of the disc brake used in general vehicles is fastened to the cylinder bracket by two bolts, and the cylinder bracket is fastened to the swing bearing by two bolts. To replace the brake pads, we only need to remove the two bolts that fasten the brake cylinder. After loosening the two bolts, we can remove the brake cylinder. Since there is a soft hydraulic pipeline on the brake cylinder, be careful not to pull it too hard, just hang it on the front axle suspension next to it.

Polish the brake pads

Next, we need to polish the brake pads and chamfer the edges of the brake pads on the contact side of the brake disc. In the maintenance operation that only replaces the brake pads but not the brake discs, if the brake pads are not polished, abnormal brake noise will occur. This is because there will be a groove on the old brake disc, which is the wear caused by the old brake pad; the old brake disc with the new flat brake pad will produce abnormal noise because the friction surface is too small. When replacing the brake pads and brake discs at the same time, we don't need to polish the chamfers, just install them directly. We need to apply some grease to the two raised parts of the polished brake pads to reduce the abnormal noise caused by the new brake pads and the cylinder bracket.

Push the protruding piston of the brake cylinder inward

Before installing the brake pads, we need to push the protruding piston of the brake cylinder inward so that new thicker brake pads can be installed. To prevent the brake fluid from overflowing when the brake fluid tank pushes the piston inward, it is recommended to draw out part of the brake fluid from the brake fluid tank, replace the brake pads, and then refill the appropriate amount of brake fluid according to the fluid level of the fluid tank. It should be noted here that different types of brake fluid cannot be mixed, so the owner should add the corresponding brake fluid when adding it. Next, we first put the brake pads on the wheel cylinder bracket, and note that the inner and outer brake pads cannot be interchanged. Then, we can snap the brake wheel cylinder to the wheel cylinder bracket.

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