How do I change brake pads or if needed routers on Honda passport 2001


Asked by Aug 31, 2013 at 01:41 PM about the 2001 Honda Passport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Two bolts...find U a U tube vid~

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Thanks will do that

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I know that showed the ones holding the rotor onto the hub (unique to honda) but the caliper is held on with the two bolts may have a shouldered connection for the movement of the caliper...must "find center" and be able to drift one side to the next freely~ believe there to be two hex-allen socket headed shoulder screws here~ if not separate slides that need lubrication so they CAN slide freely, give good braking, even from one side of the caliper to the other and the same both sides~


Thank you

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that canuck and his buddy had too many can still do the job WASTED, but it'll take a little longer....good thing he did not hurt himself...least his friend was there to dial 911~

Did not inspect the condition of the calipers and seal...did NOT loosen the bleeder to install the pads and press the piston back....applied tons of his blue gank with a full bottle...never thought to take a tissue and wipe it off...seemed disoriented and slow and that he'll be staying the night thank you to finish that case of beer and do the other side~


Lol hopefully they don't need 911 for the next side

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