Always use jack stands when working with a lifted vehicle!!!!!
Lift vehicle at lift at specified lift points(see owners manual).
Place jacks under vehicle at specified locations(again,see owners manual).
Remove lug nuts and tires. If you do not have an air compressor and impact gun, loosen lug nuts while vehicle is on the ground.
Remove brake caliper. If at any point you find a very tight bolt or nut, spray it with penetrating oil and let sit for a bit.
When you get the caliper loose, do NOT let it hang by the brake line! Support it with a wire or let it rest on the backing plate.
Next remove brake rotor. Loosen and remove screws that hold rotor to the hub. It is best tom use an impact screw driver to do this.
If you don't have access to a brake lathe, take it to a shop that has one and have them" turn" the rotors. There will be a manufactures minimum spec on rotor thickness. Make sure it is within spec.
Remove worn brake pads from brake caliper bracket. remove any old grease and re lubricate.
Install new pads on bracket. Make sure they will move freely and are not crooked or upside down.
Re-install rotor and caliper bracket. rotate rotor and inspect. look for any binding or crooked mounting.
Now you must compress the caliper piston. Using an old brake pad and c-clapm, compress piston.
Step 11: Re
Re install caliper to bracket. It is best to apply proper lubrication to all moving parts. I like silicone spray.
Reinstall tires. Torque lug nuts to proper specs.
Lower car and start. Befor putting the car in reverse or drive, pump the brakes to build pressure. After the brakes regain pressure, check the fluid level in resevoir and top off if neccessary.
You are finished! Do not forget to roll up the windows!