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How To... Change Rear Brake Pads for Alfa Romeo 147/156/GTV/GT

Alfa Romeo 156 wheel

Remove your Alfa's road wheel. (Without the benefit of a hoist, put car in first gear, loosen the wheel nuts slightly, raise and support the rear safely on two axle stands, remove the wheel nuts and wheel)

Alfa Brake Calliper

Remove upper calliper securing bolt.

Alfa 147 Brake Calliper

Remove lower calliper securing bolt.

Alfa Romeo 156 Brake Calliper

Remove calliper from brake pad carrier.

Alfa Romeo GTV brake pad removal

Remove brake pad from brake pad carrier.

Alfa Special Tool

Using special tool, screw back operating piston.

Clean Brake Calliper

Clean up brake pad carrier making sure the pads can move freely.

Put CopperSlip on back of pads

Copper slip rear of brake pads, making sure you don't contaminate the pad material.

Reassemble brake pads

Refit brake pads and then reassembly is the reverse of the above, when you have finished pump out brake calliper piston and then bed the pad in gently for 100 miles.

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