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The using instruction of VVME front and rear brake pads and brake rotors

Attention: please read following carefully before fitting this product.
In order to make using product safety and optimum system functionality, VVME recommend that all maintenance and repair work must be carried out by an experienced filter/mechanic, trained to a high degree of competence relating to the vehicles and components in question and in accordance with the vehicle manufacturer`s guidelines. Pads are safety related parts, any cost cause of incorrect or improper installation of products, VVME does not accept any legal responsibility. In doubt, seek further professional help.

CAUTION: brake fluid will damage paintwork. In the case of a spillage, wash off the affected area immediately with plenty of cold water. Do not ingest, avoid contact with eyes. Before removing the wheels, ensure that the vehicle is properly supported and safe to work on.


  • 1. Brake pads. 2. cross-drilled or slotted rotors, 3. A bottle of DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid as recommended by your owner’s manual, 4.brake pad grease 5.a c-clamp. You should also have a car jack and jack stands.
  • Block the rear wheels so the car won’t roll once you jack it up. Put the car in park and set the park¬ing brake firmly.
  • Before jacking the car up off the ground, loosen the lug nuts on the wheels just enough to break them free. Work them off just enough until they loosen their resistance and become easy to turn with the tire iron. Raise the car and support with safe jack stands under flat spots on the frame. Usually the frame support area is immediately to the rear of the front wheels. (Always use jack stands. Never attempt to work on an elevated vehicle held in place only by a hy¬draulic jack.)


  • Remove the wheel (ensure the fluid`s level is between up and low limit in fluid reservoir, and the handbrake has been released).
  • Disconnect the wear indicator where applicable.
  • Push back the piston.
  • Unscrew and remove the housing fixing screws from both guide pins and remove housing.
  • For standard front calipers push back the piston, for rear calipers incorporating a handbrake it is necessary to wind back the piston by using special tool.
  • Remove brake pads, caliper bracket, brake rotors.
  • Check that the guide pins can move freely and examine the dust covers for any damage, please replace with new parts if damaged.
  • Clean the disc, renew if it is worn under the minimum thickness.
  • Clean the calipers bracket.


  • Re-fit the calipers bracket, need torque wrench.
  • Insert brake pads and accessories (brake pads must always be replaced in axle sets).
  • Fit the housing with new self-locking screws in accordance with the vehicle manufactures guidelines.
  • If necessary, re-attach the brake pipe, remove the brake hose clamp and bleed the system with brake fluid.
  • Connect the wear indicator where applicable.
  • Bring the brake pads to their operation position by operating the pedal several times. (half pedal travel).
  • Check the system for any leaks.
  • Re-fit the wheel. Using a torque wrench, tighten the nuts to the figure specified by the vehicle manufacturer.
  • Check the brake fluid level and top up if necessary.
  • Step the pedal several times, during the bedding in period (200km/125mls) whenever possible avoid any severe application of brakes.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 11 June, 2012.