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Here you will see how to replace worn brake pads and discs on a 1989 Porsche 944
First, jack the car for a save and secure stand.
Now clean the caliper so your hands don t get that dirty...
Disconnect the cables. Upper ist for pad wear
This kind of cross holds the brake pads in place. With a big screwdriver you can take it off the upper part of the caliper, but careful. Fold ...
Unscrew the caliper. 2 Screws only and secure it with something so the caliper does not fall on the ground. Care is needed. Clean caliper again.
Take the new pads and make sure you do not touch the inner side with your fingers. Keep them clean. This is essential! Here are some pics to ...
Remove the disc by unscrewing the only screw. The you will need a screwdriver to take the disc off. Look at the pics...
This is how it should look like now. Clean and take off rust. Use a steelen brush.
Put the disc in place and plug in the screw. Keep clean! Then plug in the pads and secure them w/ the cross.
This is where the cross is pulled in (Watch finger tip)
make sure everything is tight and the disc will turn well. Clean everything well. Remember: I am not responsible for anything you do on your car. This is ...
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