brake repair on 1997 Mercedes-Benz S320

how many bolts to take out, how to take the brake pads out how to put the brake pads back in

by in San Francisco, CA on February 28, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on March 04, 2009
Call Ko at P & K Automotive he's a friendly person and I sure he can give you some advice and he's in your zip code area 2598 Bayshore Blvd
ANSWER by on June 30, 2010
4 bolts, one side of caliper comes off and then you can slip the pads out. You lose a lot of fluid because there is a hole where fluid comes to this side of the pistons (2 pistons per side). Just bleed the brakes and add more Dot 4 to the reservoir. Must push the pistons back to insert the new pads
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