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Lincoln Corsair: Rear Disc Brake / Removal and Installation - Brake Pads

Special Tool(s) / General Equipment

Brake Caliper Piston Retractor

Materials

Name Specification
Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner
PM-4-A, PM-4-B, APM-4-C
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Removal

  WARNING: Service actions on vehicles equipped with electronic brake booster and electronic parking brakes may cause unexpected brake application, which could result in injury to hands or fingers. Put the brake system into service mode prior to servicing or removing any brake components. Failure to follow this instruction may result in serious personal injury.

NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  1. Activate the brake service mode.
    Refer to: Brake Service Mode Activation and Deactivation (206-00 Brake System - General Information, General Procedures).
  1. Remove the wheel and tire.
    Refer to: Wheel and Tire (204-04A Wheels and Tires, Removal and Installation).
  1. Remove the brake caliper spring.
  1. Detach the parking brake motor electrical connector.
  1. Remove the brake caliper guide pin caps.
  1. NOTICE: Do not pry in the caliper sight hole to retract the pistons as this can damage the pistons and boots.

    NOTICE: Do not allow the brake caliper assembly to hang from the brake hose or damage to the hose can occur.

    Remove the guide pins and position the brake caliper aside.
    Torque: 21 lb.ft (28 Nm)
  1. NOTICE: Brake pads with adhesive on the insulator are one-time use only. When the brake pads are separated from the brake caliper, new brake pads must be installed to prevent brake noise and shudder.

    Separate the brake pad from the brake caliper. Remove and discard the brake pad.
  1. NOTICE: Brake pads with adhesive on the insulator are one-time use only. When the brake pads are separated from the brake caliper, new brake pads must be installed to prevent brake noise and shudder.

    Separate the inboard brake pad from the brake caliper. Remove and discard the inboard brake pad.

Installation

  1. NOTICE: Do not use a C-clamp to compress the brake caliper piston or damage to the parking brake actuator motor may occur.

    NOTICE: Do not manually retract the piston or damage to the parking brake actuator may occur.

    NOTICE: Make sure that the brake hose is not twisted when installing the brake caliper or damage to the brake flexible hose may occur.

    NOTICE: Use care when pushing the caliper piston into the caliper piston bores or damage to components may occur.

    Compress the brake caliper piston until the piston bottoms out in the brake caliper bore.
    • NOTICE: Do not apply over 20 Nm (177 in-lb) force when rotating the brake caliper piston or internal damage to the brake caliper may occur.

      If the brake caliper piston bottoms out and the piston is still not fully compressed, rotate the piston clockwise while pushing inward using a brake caliper piston retractor until the piston is fully compressed.
      Use the General Equipment: Brake Caliper Piston Retractor
  1. Clean the brake pad-to-anchor plate contact points.
    Material: Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner / PM-4-A, PM-4-B, APM-4-C
  1. NOTICE: Clean all residual pad adhesive from the brake caliper piston area or brake noise may occur.

    Remove the residual brake pad adhesive.
    Material: Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner / PM-4-A, PM-4-B, APM-4-C
  1. NOTICE: Clean all residual pad adhesive from the brake caliper finger area or brake noise may occur.

    Remove the residual brake pad adhesive.
    Material: Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner / PM-4-A, PM-4-B, APM-4-C
  1. NOTICE: Brake pads with adhesive on the insulator are one-time use only. When the brake pads are separated from the brake caliper, new brake pads must be installed to prevent brake noise and shudder.

    Remove the protective cover from the pad assembly.
    Material: Motorcraft® Metal Brake Parts Cleaner / PM-4-A, PM-4-B, APM-4-C
  1. NOTICE: Make sure that the brake hose is not twisted when installing the brake caliper or damage to the brake flexible hose may occur.

    NOTE: Make sure the inboard brake pad anti-rattle spring is present or a rattle noise may occur.

    To install, reverse the removal procedure.
  1. Deactivate the brake service mode.
    Refer to: Brake Service Mode Activation and Deactivation (206-00 Brake System - General Information, General Procedures).
  1. Apply the brake pedal several times to verify correct brake system operation.

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