The thickness of the brake disc must be at least 19.8 mm.
If there are cracks, deep scratches, ripples, or other damage on the brake disc, it must be replaced.
The brake discs of the front wheels must be replaced in pairs, and the brake pads must also be replaced.
We install the car on a flat area or on a lift.
Remove the front wheel and fix the car on a stand.
Turn the steering wheel to the limit in the direction on which we dismantle the disk.
Remove the caliper from the brake disc and tie it with a wire or cord to the front suspension spring.
Removing brake pads (article - How to replace Nissan brake pads Almera).
Using an 18 spanner, unscrew the two bolts securing the guide pads to the steering knuckle.
Remove the shoe guide.
With a metal brush, we clean the heads of the screws securing the brake disc to the front wheel hub from dirt and corrosion.
Using a Torx T-40 wrench, unscrew the two screws securing the brake disc to the front wheel hub.
To keep the disc from turning, you can screw the wheel bolt into the threaded hole of the hub and insert the mounting blade between the bolt and the shoulder of the hub.
Remove the disc from the hub.
Before installing a new brake disc, we clean the mating surface of the hub from rust and dirt.
Install the disc in reverse order.
Tighten the screws for fastening the disc and the bolts for fastening the guide pads to the moments:
- - screw for fastening the brake disc to the hub - 14 Nm;
- - bolt for fastening the guide pads to the steering knuckle - 80 Nm.
Installing the front wheel.
Press the brake pedal 2-3 times, check and, if necessary, bring the level of brake fluid in the hydraulic brake reservoir to normal.
Checking the effectiveness of the working brake system.