The service life of the brake pads is related to the operating conditions of the vehicle (urban roads, mountain roads, etc.), driving habits, vehicle weight and other specific conditions. In front-wheel drive vehicles, the front brake pads exert more braking force than the rear brake pads, so they wear out relatively quickly. When the brake pad thickness is low or the brake pad wear alarm, it is necessary to use the car brake tools to replace the brake pad as soon as possible.
1. Loosen the handbrake, loosen the hub screw of the wheel that needs to replace the brake pad, and use a jack to lift the car to remove the tire;
2. Remove the tire to expose the brake caliper and brake disc, and need to loosen the disassembled screw or nut gap with lubrication oil;
3. Hang the brake calipers with a rope and remove the old brake pads;
4. Lift the hood and unscrew the cover of the brake oil box;
5. Install the prepared brake pads in place.