Rear brake pad replacement 2011 Subaru Outback. Install, remove or replace rotor

Rear brake pad replacement 2011 Subaru Outback. Install, remove or replace rotor

Rear brake pad replacement 2011 Subaru Outback. Install, remove or replace rotor. If you are wondering how to install or remove or replace a part on your car, I hope this video will help show you how to change it.
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James Morgan says:

I found it interesting that you were able to set the pad on the bottom key then just slide the top in place. I've replaced a lot of pads (on my personal vehicle's) & had a fight with them. Wonder if it's oem vs
Parts store pads. I've even had to file or grind the ears due to extremely tight fitments. I really hate doing that.
One other item you didn't mention where the pad with the warning tab goes inside or outside.

Robert Canty says:

So caliper slide pin with the rubber bushing goes on top…

Jay Lakes says:

Very helpful. Thank you. Chain tire place is putting new tires on my car and they just called me, wanting $600 to do rear pads and rotors. Good to see they aren't much different from the front. I know what I'm doing on Thursday now.

Vincent Dow says:

I just did my rotors and pads on a 1998 Legacy. Only days later did I discover that I have no E-brake. I didn't mess with it at all. The rear rotors came off very easy – no contact with E-brake shoes. Anybody have an idea? Much appreciated…

yijiang gu says:

lug nut should be 19mm, why most of youtubes say 21mm

JohnHenry says:

Wish you hadn't whispered through the whole video. It might have been helpful to hear what you were saying.

Brandon B says:

I came here to see how to release the parking brake pads, you didn't show that because somehow your rotor just popped right off but after seeing an inside view of it I figured out you take the rubber plug out in the face of the rotor and rotate it to the bottom to access the star adjuster

Citroguy says:

Curios why are you changing calipers on the brake job ?

chmeeee says:

Video title states rear brakes. Narrator says front brakes. Camera too close to tell. What is this shit?

future shock says:

so no parking cable in the caliper huh, thanks for the video

lon t says:

I would like to get your recommendation of which set you would use on a 2011 outback 2.5premium. Pads and rotors. I have seen some in the $150 range, but can't imagine they would last long.

Ed Novak says:

Just curious, why collapse the piston if you are replacing the caliper?

GarageWorker says:

What fluid did they put into the brake system? I'm guessing bleach or something.

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