When to replace the Brake Pads on your HONDA ACCORD
Recommended replacement interval for the part category Brake pad set : 30000 km
Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
HONDA ACCORD VIII (CU) 3.5 i, HONDA ACCORD VIII (CU) 2.4 i, HONDA ACCORD VIII (CU) 2.2 i-DTEC (CU3), HONDA ACCORD VIII (CU) 2.2 i-DTEC (CU3), HONDA ACCORD VIII (CU) 2.0 i (CU1) View more

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

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Tools
Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. Tools you need:
Wire brush
WD-40 spray
Brake cleaner
Copper grease
Anti-squeal paste
Drive socket # 13
Wheel impact socket #19
Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Brake caliper wind back tool
Crow bar
Wheel chock
Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. AUTODOC recommends:
  • Perform the replacement of brake pads in complete set for each axis. This provides effective braking.
  • The replacement procedure is identical for all brake pads on the same axle.
  • Please note: all work on the car – Honda Accord VIII CU – should be done with the engine switched off.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
  1. Step 1
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    Open the bonnet. Unscrew the brake fluid reservoir cap.
  2. Step 2
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    Secure the wheels with chocks.
  3. Step 3
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    Loosen the wheel mounting bolts. Use wheel impact socket #19.
  4. Step 4
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    Raise the front of the car and secure on supports.
  5. Step 5
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    Unscrew the wheel bolts.
    Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. Tip:
    To avoid injury, hold up the wheel when unscrewing the bolts.
  6. Step 6
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    Remove the wheel.
  7. Step 7
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    Spread the brake pads. Use a crowbar.
  8. Step 8
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    Clean the brake caliper fasteners. Use a wire brush. Use WD-40 spray.
  9. Step 9
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    Unscrew the brake caliper fastening. Use a drive socket #13. Use a ratchet wrench.
  10. Step 10
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    Remove the brake caliper.
    Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. AUTODOC experts recommend:
    Tie the caliper to the suspension or to the body with a wire without disconnecting from the brake hose to prevent depressurization of the brake system.Make sure that the brake caliper is not hanging on the brake hose.Don't press the brake pedal after the brake caliper has been removed. As a result, the piston can fall out from the brake cylinder, and brake fluid leakage and depressurization of the system may occur. Check the brake caliper bracket, brake caliper guide pins and boots. Clean them. Replace, if necessary.
  11. Step 11
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    Remove the brake pads.
    Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. Tip from AUTODOC:
    Measure the brake disc thickness. Upon reaching the wear limit the part must be replaced.
  12. Step 12
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    Treat the brake caliper piston. Use a wire brush. Use a brake cleaner.
    AUTODOC recommends:
    Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. After applying the spray, wait a few minutes.
  13. Step 13
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    Press in the brake caliper piston. Use brake caliper wind back tool.
  14. Step 14
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    Treat the brake caliper bracket where it contacts the brake pads. Use anti-squeal paste.
    Replacement: brake pads – Honda Accord VIII CU. Tip from AUTODOC experts:
    Make sure the disc surface is clean before installing the pads.
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