1. Jack and secure on axle stands then remove wheel.
2. Using a 13mm socket and 15mm spanner undo the 2 bolts securing the caliper to the carrier.
3. Carefully move caliper clear of the hub. It may be stiff but will go with a little persuasion.
4. Next using a 14mm spanner or socket undo the 2 bolts securing the carrier. After removing old pads.
5. With a philips screwdriver remove the 2 screws securing the disk. If they are stiff give a good spray of wd40. In extreme cases may need drilling.
6. Disk should now simply come off with a small tap from being with a hammer.
7. Now you have it apart. It's a case of reassembly in the opposite order.
8. Note the pad with the squeal indicator should be fitted to the inside position.
9. I didn't use a wind back tool. I simply used some long nose pliers to turn the piston while pushing in to reset caliper.
10. Once reassembled stand back and admire your work.
Be sure to start engine and pump brake pedal till firm before driving off and torque wheel nuts to specified manufacturer settings..
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