DISASSEMBLY -- CHASSIS
elnsert the other pin through caliper and pads. Press
the free end of each
so that the
pass over it.
A. Anti-rattle Spring
the clips through the pins on the left side of
the pad cover.
some brake fluid was lost when the bleed valve
check the fluid level in the master cylinder
and bleed the air from the brake system
Add fluid if
valve cap onto the valve
Do not attempt to
until the pads are seated against the disc.
Pump the brake pedal until a firm, full
ed. The brake will not function on the first application
of the pedal if this is not done.
Rear Caliper Disassembly:
the rear caliper (see rear wheel removal
the pads as explained in the pad removal
the Allen bolts
(2) and separate the right
A. Allen Bolts
A. Dust Seals
each caliper half with a
remove each piston
by lightly applying compressed
air to the brake fluid passage.
To avoid serious
.,. _ _ _ _ II. fingers or palm on the piston.
apply compressed air into the caliper, the piston may
crush your hand or fingers.
care not to damage the cylinder surfaces, re-
move the flu id seals
the caliper parts with brake fluid or alcohol
Pgs. 123 -124)
a new fluid seal in place inside each cylinder.
If the rubber caliper components are removed,
they should be replaced with new parts.
brake fluid to the outside of each
fluid seal, and then push the piston into the cylinder
Take care that neither the cylinder nor the
a new dust seal around each piston. Check that
seals are properly fitted into the grooves in the
and the caliper halves.
ring onto the right caliper half, and install
the left caliper half with the Allen
the Allen bolts to 3.0 kg-m (22 ft-Ibs) of
the pads as explained in the pad installation
the caliper and rear wheel (Pg.
the fluid level in the master
the brake line
Rear Master Cylinder and Rear Brake
Light Switch Removal:
the right side cover.
off the rear brake light switch
the banjo bolt and two flat washers to dis-
connect the brake hose from
diately wipe up any brake fluid that