Oops! Please disregard.....I'm not feeling very bright right now. The 18mm bolts and "pad holder" are removed because executor replaced his rotors at that time. Sorry!
Caliber rear discs have a tiny drum in them for the parking brake, so not as difficult as the old style mentioned in your post above.Some questions:
Does anybody know of a DIY video for Caliber rear brake repair?
Are the rear brakes in a Caliber inherently more difficult to repair than the fronts?
Will the rotors wear down after 48,000 miles if the pads still have a decent margin of braking material left?
Those are shims and they help reduce brake squeal. They should be removed from the old pads and adhered to the new ones.Hi
I just did all the brake pads but...
-the old rear pads have 2 thin metal sheet spacers on the exterior, while the new ones come with none in the box.
What are these metal spacer for? to keep the pads closer to the disk?