How to replace rear brake pads on 2013 Hyundai Elantra

How to replace rear brake pads on 2013 Hyundai Elantra

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Alvaro Hernández says:

Is the same process for a 2013 Hyundai Tucson gls

Victor Retana says:

Great tutorial.

ejinotna says:

Do you have to change disk every time you change pads or not?

gsmudz87 says:

Good stuff bro. I'm fixing my brake pads and rotors this weekend. Thanks for the great video.

Hotshot Homie says:

I didn’t see you compress the caliper ?

JG says:

Is the caliper compressor always necessary?

Stephen Mcgraw says:

Where are you from RB for a 2013 elantra the car is not rusty

Tesh Githinji says:

You r a champ mate . respect.

Stephen Mcgraw says:

Hello would you know how much torque the rear wheel bearing takes have a!2013! Elantra also I’m gonna put 2 rear dust shield because there all rusty and I’m not sure if I have to remove the abs before I take off the wheel bearing

Michael Fow says:

I just did this but I messed up I didn't check to see if tabs on the brake shoes line up with the caliper piston. I guess I have to take it back apart. Seemed like it went together okay?

A says:

Anyone have a caliper that just won’t compress? Tried everything including the tool they use and bleeding the caliper.

Profit Projector says:

Bro, you put a lot of stress on the brake lines. You have way too many ads. Gave you a thumbs up anyway.

Stephen Mcgraw says:

I would clean the calliper bracket more just using a wire brush no no not enough waisted money

daramz d says:

My rotors are still looking good but my rear pads are thin, can I change the pads alone?

Nick swartz says:

Can't believe I payed someone else $400 to do 2 of these.

Simon Solomon says:

Do you need to bleed the brakes when you do this? Should you remove the cap on the master cylinder before compressing the piston?

pj mclenon says:

hello i changed my pads and rotors in 2016 and again in 2017 and now again i have to 32k and 40k and now 55k km..each time always same thing..pads are seaized because no grease enuff why???…the mecanic said he greased each time…Lisa

Johnny M says:

I need a new dust shield when i do the brakes. Does it come on and off when the rotor is off, or do I need to remove the wheel hub first?

Rustyjuxs says:

Where did you get that punch from?

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