How To Replace Rear Brakes 2016-21 Hyundai Tucson

How To Replace Rear Brakes 2016-21 Hyundai Tucson

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Brake pads wear out over time, much like tires, and need replacing, on average, every 50,000 miles, with variations depending on driving habits and environment. Brake rotors may also need to be replaced if they are warped or grooved. Often, it’s safer and more cost effective to replace pads and rotors at the same time. Squealing or grinding noises, or wheel vibration are all symptoms of worn brakes. This video shows you how to install new, quality TRQ brake pads and rotors on your 2016-2021 Hyundai Tucson.

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John Reyes says:

You forgot to do is open the main cylinder so the pressure can release properly

GT Management Systems says:

Would grease the caliper to pad contact areas as well.

Jim Yeager says:

TRQ is so professional and his work is exact. Thank you for your clear "free of blaring music" descriptions and attention to detail; you rock!!!…get it?

Jeremy Bentham says:

So no special caliber compression tool like the cube or anything ?

Arktikos says:

Fantastic instructions. Very well done. Thanks!

espedale says:

Excellent description. Thank you for including details like where the parking brake adjustment is located, compressing the piston, and pumping the brake at the end. Those details are critical!

Sean McConnell says:

Is there anything special that needs to be done for Electric Parking Brake versions (EPB)?

Bearded Tool Reviews says:

Is it safe to compress the brake piston back in like this or do you have to open the bleeder valve?

sanshin9 says:

Thank you for making the video. I replaced the pads and rotors on my wife's 2015 Tucson 2.4L AWD. Same exact install except the pads are about 1/4" smaller, different slider clips and no pad springs.

Brian D. Mobley says:

Very high quality replacement job. Nice to see good work.

David Arnold says:

Subbed for the fact that the into ends and your always straight to business Helpful information as well. Thanks

eclipser2004 says:

My rotors don't come off that easily. Have to spin the park brake shoe adjuster in every time. Even then sometimes it still won't come off.

NightfallM4 says:

Good stuff appreciate you guys

James Elwell says:

Very nice, zero BS demonstration. Well done!

Bill Thomson says:

When compressing the cylinder, is it not best to take the reservoir cap off ?

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