How to replace rear brake discs and brake pads MERCEDES-BENZ C W204 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace rear brake discs and brake pads MERCEDES-BENZ C W204 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

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00:56 — Use a simple screwdriver to take the brake caliper spring out
01:24 — Use an end bit №7
02:26 — Use a socket №18
03:07 — Use a torx №T30
05:24 — Using a special tool press in the brake caliper piston

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ScruffyGit Ted says:

So now I've been at it 2 hrs trying to get the rotor from the grasp of those ferkin parking brake shoes. Top one's clear and the rotors at an angle and nearly there, but won't let go of the bottom one!! Any ideas anyone? Am I supposed to back of the shoes by adjusting them somehow? Grrrrrrr…….

Stop Hatin' says:

Can you do w211 whole set of guides?

Carl III says:

What size socket to remove wheel lugs? Thank you.

Ali Jahan says:

I have a c300 2016 w205
Is there any difference to replace rotors on w205 newer model?

NinjaHiro Dude says:

does the caliper just need to be compressed or does it need to rotate to compress?

Carl III says:

What are the torque ratings for each bolt?

Baudilio Calix says:

Hello, can you give me and advice, i have a problem with my hood latch sensor, wont go off, and i have change the sensor

David Smith says:

I've used other means for compressing the piston before. I guess you'd void any warranty if you didn't use the special tool.

Nas Nasro says:

I replaced my brake pads on my C Class for the first time today. Thank to the video, it gave me a lot of help! Thank's! I didn't hang the piston caliper by the hose, and used grease. Other than that, the video is very helpful!

Matt Agustin says:

end bit as in hex allen key?

Abbottpotumas says:

No lube used on anything to prevent squeaking or possible future seizing etc…tut tut tut.

Nas Nasro says:

You can risk damaging the brake hose when you leave the caliper hanging by the hose.
And as another user said: "grease"

The concept of the video is good though.

Abubakar Johnson says:

These guys don't believe in grease do they.

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