►The Porsche Cayenne is a beast of a vehicle and with all that weight and power means a lot of stopping power and wear and tear on braking components. With all that power and weight, replacing the Porsche 955 & 957 brake pads and rotors will be frequent and absolutely necessary.
In this video, Mike Hidalgo, our resident Porsche enthusiast, shows you step-by-step how to save a bunch of money by servicing your rear brake pads and rotors for your 955 or 957 Porsche Cayenne. With minimal tools and skills required, doing this job yourself in your driveway can save you hundreds.
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00:00 – Intro & Tools Needed
02:17 – How to Put Your Cayenne Into Jack Mode
02:47 – Cracking the Brake Fluid Reservoir Open
03:24 – Wheel, Caliper, Pad & Sensor Removal
07:00 – Rotor Removal & Surface Cleanup
09:04 – Compressing the Pistons to Install New Brake Pads
11:42 – Caliper, Clip, Rotors, Sensor & Pads Install
17:46 – Thanks For Watching!
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