Subaru Forester Brakes 1999 2000 (20) PDF

1. Front Disc Brake
A: ON-CAR SERVICE
1. PAD
1) Remove lock pin.
2) Raise caliper body.
3) Remove pad.
B4M1167
NOTE:
If brake pad is difficult to remove, proceed as fol-
lows:
(1) Remove caliper body and fasten it provi-
sionally to coil spring.
(2) Remove support.
(3) Place a support in a vise between wooden
blocks.
B4M2230B
(1) Support
(2) Wooden blocks
(4) Attach a rod of less than 12 mm (0.47 in)
dia. to the shaded area of brake pad, and strike
the rod with a hammer to drive brake pad out of
place.
B4M2231
4) Check pad thickness A.
B4M1168A
Pad thickness
(including back
metal)
Standard value 17 mm (0.67 in)
Wear limit 7.5 mm (0.295 in)
CAUTION:
Always replace the pads for both the left and
right wheels at the same time. Also replace pad
clips if they are twisted or worn.
A wear indicator is provided on the inner
disc brake pad. If the pad wears down to such
an extent that the end of the wear indicator
contacts the disc rotor, a squeaking sound is
produced as the wheel rotates. If this sound is
heard, replace the pad.
Replace pad if there is oil or grease on it.
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1. Front Disc Brake

Subaru Forester Brakes 1999 2000 (20) Summary of Content

1. Front Disc BrakeA: ON-CAR SERVICE1. PAD1) Remove lock pin.2) Raise caliper body.3) Remove pad.B4M1167NOTE:If brake pad is difficult to remove, proceed as fol-lows:(1) Remove caliper body and fasten it provi-sionally to coil spring.(2) Remove support.(3) Place a support in a vise between woodenblocks.B4M2230B(1) Support(2) Wooden blocks(4) Attach a rod of less than 12 mm (0.47 in)dia. to the shaded area of brake pad, and strikethe rod with a hammer to drive brake pad out ofplace.B4M22314) Check pad thickness A.B4M1168APad thickness(including backmetal)Standard value 17 mm (0.67 in)Wear limit 7.5 mm (0.295 in)CAUTION: Always replace the pads for both the left andright wheels at the same time. Also replace padclips if they are twisted or worn. A wear indicator is provided on the innerdisc brake pad. If the pad wears down to suchan extent that the end of the wear indicatorcontacts the disc rotor, a squeaking sound isproduced as the wheel rotates. If this sound isheard, replace the pad. Replace pad if there is oil or grease on it.124-4 [W1A1] SERVICE PROCEDURE1. Front Disc Brake