Attention! Do not press the brake pedal with the caliper removed! This may cause the piston to fall out of the caliper.
1. Use a 12 mm wrench to unscrew the lower mounting bolt 1 and use a 14 mm wrench to unscrew the upper guide bolt of the caliper fastening 2.
2. We remove the upper guide bolt of the caliper.
3. Remove the caliper, sliding it back and up from the plate, if necessary, completely remove it with a 12 mm wrench, unscrew the bolt of the brake hose fitting.
It is recommended to clean the caliper from dirt and wear products of the brake pads together with the replacement of the brake pads by treating the caliper with kerosene or a special fluid for washing the brakes.
We install the caliper in the reverse order, having previously applied an anaerobic thread lock to the fastening bolts and tighten them with a torque of 20-25 Nm. If the brake hose was disconnected, then during assembly we install two new fitting sealing washers and tighten the fitting bolt to a torque of 35 Nm and bleed the hydraulic drive (see «Hydraulic brake drive - brake fluid replacement and pumping»).