When to replace the Brake Discs on your HONDA CR-V
Recommended replacement interval for the part category Brake Discs : 50000 km
AUTODOC recommends
  • Replace the brake disks on the car Honda CR-V III in complete set for each axis. Regardless of the state of components. This will ensure even braking.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
  1. Step 1
    Place wedge blocks under the front wheels.
    Step 2
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    Loosen the wheel mounting bolts.
  2. Step 3
    Raise the rear of the car and secure on supports.
    Step 4
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    Remove the rear wheels.
  3. Step 5.1
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    Unscrew the brake caliper fastening
    Step 5.2
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  4. Step 6
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    Remove the brake caliper.
    AutoDoc recommends:
    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.Do not press the brake pedal after removing the brake pads. This will lead to the piston drop out of the brake cylinder, brake fluid leakage and the system depressurization.
  5. Step 7.1
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    Unscrew the brake disc mounting bolts and remove it.
    Step 7.2
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  6. Step 8.1
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    If the brake rotor replacement causes any complications, then it is necessary to pull back the brake shoes as follows: 1. Extract the adjuster hole plug; 2. Align the hole with the adjuster ratchet wheel by turning the brake rotor. 3. Using a slot screwdriver, turn the adjuster downwards till it stops. By doing this, brake shoes are pulled back to the maximum.
    Step 8.2
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    Step 8.3
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    AutoDoc recommends:
    Clean the hub and apply high temperature grease to the seating surface of the disc.
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