Download Removal (FN3) 1. Raise and support vehicle. Remove front wheels. Remove guide pin protective caps. See Fig. 19 . Pry brake pad retaining spring out from brake caliper housing with a screwdriver and remove. Disconnect brake pad wear indicator harness connector (if equipped). 2. Remove both guide pins from brake caliper. Remove brake caliper housing and secure with wire so that the weight of the brake caliper does not stress or damage brake hose. Remove brake pads from brake caliper housing. Installation (FN3) 1. Before inserting new brake pads, press piston back into the cylinder with piston resetting tool. Before pressing the piston back, draw off brake fluid from the reservoir with a bleeder bottle. Otherwise if reservoir has been topped off, fluid will overflow and cause damage to finish. 2. Install brake pad with retaining spring into brake caliper piston. The inner pad (with expansion spring) has an arrow. The arrow should point in the direction of rotation of the brake disc when travelling forward. If installed incorrectly this may cause noise problems. Pull off protective sheet on backing plate of outer brake pad. Install outer brake pad onto brake carrier. 3. Install brake caliper housing with brake pads on wheel bearing housing, lower part of brake caliper first. Brake caliper housing lug must be behind the wheel bearing housing guide. Secure brake caliper housing to brake carrier with both guide pins and tighten to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS . 4. Connect brake pad wear indicator harness connector.