2010 ACURA RDX BRAKE CALIPER BOLT MANUAL
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Acura RDX and MDX How to Replace Brake Pads Calipers
Step 1 – Lift Vehicle and Remove WheelsStep 2 – Remove Brake CaliperStep 3 – Remove Brake RotorStep 5 – Bleed BrakesRelated DiscussionsThe first step in replacing any brake component is to support the vehicle and remove the wheel(s). For additional information on lifting your RDX, see How to Jack Up Your Car or How to Jack Up Your MDX. 1. Using a floor jack, lift the vehicle at the specified jacking points and support the car with jack stands. 1. Using a tire iron, remove the necessary wheels to gain access to the brakes in which you will be servicing.See more on acurazineThe brake calipers house the brake pads and fit over the brake rotors, so regardless of which brake component(s) you are servicing, the brake calipers must first be removed. 1. If you intend to replace the entire brake caliper, first loosen the brake line banjo bolt. 1. The brake caliper is attached to the caliper bracket via (2) caliper guide pin bolts. Remove each guide pin bolt while countering with a wrench on the guide pin itself to prevent the pin from spinning. 1. After removing the ca..See more on acurazineIf replacing the brake rotor(s), the brake caliper bracket must first be removed. 1. Using a breaker bar, remove the (2) caliper bracket bolts. Set the bracket aside. 1. Using a Phillips screwdriver or impact driver, loosen and remove the rotor retaining screws. These are often corroded and tightly held in place, so a small application of penetrating oil and slight tap with a hammer will greatly aid in removal. 1. With the retaining screws removed, the rotor will slide off of the hub. If the..See more on acurazineIf a new brake caliper has been installed, the brake system must be bled of all residual air to ensure consistent braking performance. While not required, it is highly recommended that you flush the brake fluid whenever performing brake system maintenance. For additional information on bleed/flushing the brake system, see How to Replace Brake Fluid. 1. Once you have successfully bled the brake system, proceed with installing the wheels and letting the vehicle down off of jack stands.See more on acurazine1. Brake Pad Replacement on RDX - AcuraZine 2. Best Aftermarket Rotors for RDX - AcuraZine 3. Replaced Brake Pads - AcuraZineSee more on acurazine