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Turn the lug nuts counterclockwise with the lug wrench until they are finger tight. Chock one wheel on the opposite axel to prevent the vehicle from rolling. Raise the vehicle using the floor jack and set it on a jack stand, placed underneath the frame.
Remove the lug nuts and wheel by hand. Place the drop pan underneath the brake assembly and thoroughly clean the brakes using the brake cleaner spray.
Unbolt the brake caliper with the socket set. Pull the caliper up and out of the caliper bracket and then remove the brake pads by hand.
Spray the inside of the caliper thoroughly with brake cleaner to remove all the built-up brake dust, road dirt and old grease from the caliper slide pins. Wipe the pins with the rag to remove any remaining dust, dirt or old lube.
Lubricate the caliper slide pins with the white lithium grease. Reinsert the brake pads and put the brake caliper back into the caliper bracket by hand. Thread the caliper bolts in by hand and then tighten them with the socket set.
Reinstall the wheel and lug nuts, lower the vehicle off the jack stand, and then tighten the lug nut to the specific torque required for your particular year, make and model using the torque wrench.
im doing this tomorrow.....pissed me off today...stuck so bad i couldnt even move...its alot warmer now so i can do so..
here the story...drove all day long no issues....bam i let it idle for 15 minutes..they lock...couldnt even get out of my drive way for 15 minutes of pumping...made me late for a important appointment...cleaning caliper slide pins and lubing to see if that helps...if not replacing the rubber hose...if not...prop valve..thats a bitch to do..then if not last and must be the culprit MASTER cylinder...even when stuck..i super mashed the brake pedal..it went all the way...giving it fluid like it should...but still stuck..while driving front starts to shake and pedal is stiff...got so hot i even lit a cigarette off the rotors..well almost..both front...more to the passenger and making the driver side work harder...plenty of evidence on the pass. side
Last edited by reddc2_geezer; 02-14-2012 at 12:23 PM.