1. Loosen the handbrake and loosen the wheel screw of the wheel that needs to change the brake (Note that it should be loosened and not completely unscrewed). Use jacks to top the car. Then remove the tire. Before moving the brakes, it is best to spray a spray on the brake system with special brake fluid to prevent powder from entering the respiratory tract and affecting health.
2. Remove the brake caliper screws (for some cars, simply unscrew one of them and loosen the other)
3. Hang the brake caliper with a rope to avoid damage to the brake lines. Then remove the old brake pads.
4. Use the c-clamp to push the brake piston back in. (Please note that before this step, lift the engine cover and unscrew the cover of the brake fluid tank, because the fluid level of the brake fluid will rise when the top brake piston is closed). Install new brake pads.
5. Put the brake caliper back and tighten the caliper screw to the required torque. Put the tire back and tighten the hub screw slightly.
6. Put down the jack and tighten the hub screw completely.
7.Because in the process of changing the brake pads, we put the brake piston to the innermost position and it will be very empty when we start to brake. It's good to step on a few times.