DIY 2013 2014 2015 2016 Honda Accord Front Brake Pad Replacement – DiyCarModz

DIY 2013 2014 2015 2016 Honda Accord Front Brake Pad Replacement – DiyCarModz

Welcome to another episode of DiyCarModz. I’m Jeff and in this video I’m going to replace the front brake pads on a 2013 Honda Accord EX-L. This procedure is pretty much the same for majority of make and models. (especially Honda).

Same for 2013 2014 2015 2016 Honda Accord.

The Parts Used:
Brake Pad:
CENTRIC 10516540 (105.16540) Brake Pad

Silicon Paste:
3M 08946 Clear Silicone Paste – 8 oz.

Honda 08798-9010 MOLY PASTE (M77):

Disc Brake Pad Spreader Caliper Piston Compressor:

Craftsman C3 ½” Heavy Duty Impact Wrench Kit Powered by 4Ah XCP:

Aluminum Floor Jack:

Brake Pad dimension for LX is 282mm. For Sport and EX and EX-L it is 292mm.



Dan R says:

mine has developed a bit of vibration when hot. Do I turn the rotors or replace?

Sajan Jeka says:

Thanks Jeff for this Video! helped me out a ton !

OhheyitsThinh says:

is the Honda Paste the same as the synthetic brake grease?? and do you know if you need to put the paste on the Rear brake pads (the flat surface)?

Mr Noodles says:

The brake rotors should have been re surfaced. Pad slapping will not eliminate brake squeal. Rock auto is a great source of parts but Hondas like oe brake parts. Excellent video but the bracket should have been removed and cleaned properly.

Tommy Bundy says:

Does anyone still spray no-squeal on the back of the pads? Why or why not? Thx!

OhheyitsThinh says:

Would you recommend to use this brake pads like the one you used in this video or the OEM brake pads?

J NN says:

I think my caliper bolt got stripped somehow. I wasn't able to remove it on the driver's side, but the passenger side came off without issue. Any suggestions on how to get it off and a link for a replacement? Thanks!

Pedro Wurth says:

How many miles did you get on the pads before replacing them. My 2014 accord has 21000 miles right now. Appreciate any comments. Thanks.

mannyrs13 says:

Thanks for the informative video. I have a 2013 Accord and need front pads. Would I be able to lift just one side of the car at a time? I only have the jack it came with to change flat tires.

ant sz says:

Why is there dislikes? The guys who wished they'd post this tutorial first because there's nothing wrong here. Great video!

Zia Mahmood says:

Hey, I plan on changing my brake pads pretty soon but I have a 2016 Accord EXL Sedan, would these brake pads be ok to use? Also what would my dimensions be anyways, 292mm? Thanks.

Shawn Scanlon says:

Very good video. I have relied on a few of your videos for mods or maintenance. Very clear and concise. Thanks!

heng heap says:

how was your brake pad after you changed it for a while?

Simple Frankie says:

u dont need all the stuff u put on … just clean it and back it

Nick Romano says:

Stick with OEM otherwise you may get chatter

Ryan Roberts says:

What do you mean you had the brake fluid cap open?

Brianna Mendoza says:

You didn't open your brake fluid cap ?

Mr T says:

What size is the socket wrench bolt used to loosen the Caliber?

F2B5150 says:

Is this the same for a '13 crosstour 4 cyl?

Jonathan Lopez says:

So do you just tighten back the screws you take off until they nice and tight or is there a stopping point? not paying honda $400 to change my brakes lol

Filip Gecic says:

Great video! Thank you brother!

Ricardo Mercado says:

Did you need to bleed/refill brake fluid?

GHQ Aasif says:

sorry baking soda not powder.

GHQ Aasif says:

I watched your video. I changed my 2016 Honda Accord EX-L 2.4 L. front brakes pads took me about 45 minutes easy, next time will be faster. I cleaned brake clips with baking powder and white vinegar rub with tooth brush shined and installed so far no more squeaky novice breaks work perfect. Thanks for the video.

DJLOUIE1000 says:

Why did you use silicone paste? I see most people use multi-purpose lube. Is there a difference?

Alex Rodriguez says:

is it the same set up? I have 2016 honda civic ex

Regan Rothery says:

Really thorough. Thanks!

Danil Milano says:

Hey I need to replace my front and rear brake pads for my 2013 Honda Accord lx . What would you recommend ? Please let me know . Thanks

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