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How To... remove and refit brake pads for an Alfa SZ/RZ/75/Alfetta/Alfetta GTV/GTV6

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A How To.. remove and refit brake pads for an Alfa SZ/RZ/75/Alfetta/Alfetta GTV/GTV6.

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On the 75 / RZ / SZ, disconnect the brake wear warning sensor, before taking out the calliper retaining pins

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Using a hammer and pin punch, knock out the lower retaining pin first, then remove the top pin

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Prize back the brake pads and remove, then push the pistons back into the calliper (you can do this with the aid off a bar, which shouldn’t require much force).

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Apply copper slip to top, bottom and back of brake pads, (where it makes contact with the calliper and piston). Take care not put any on the friction surfaces.

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Insert new pads...

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...making sure to copper slip both ends of the retaining pins

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Hand tighten wheel nuts, lower front end onto ground then tighten nuts to the correct torque setting.

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