Renault Clio: Rear brake disc: Removal - Refitting

DISC BRAKE

Renault Clio. Rear brake disc: Removal - Refitting

Brake discs cannot be reground. If there is excessive scoring or wear, they will need to be replaced (see 30A, General information, Brake: Specifications, 30A-9).

When replacing a brake disc, be sure to replace the disc on the opposite side.

Be sure to replace the brake pads if the brake discs are being replaced.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED

Renault Clio. Rear brake disc: Removal - Refitting

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

III - FINAL OPERATION.

Rear brake disc: Description

I - PREPARATION OPERATION FOR CHECK

Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle: Towing and lifting) (02A, Lifting equipment).

Remove the rear wheel concerned (see 35A, Wheels and tyres, Wheel: Removal - Refitting, 35A-1).

II - CHECKING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

Note: Use a Palmer type tool to check the thickness of the disc.

Renault Clio. Rear brake disc: Description

Position the Palmer tool (1) to measure the disc thickness.

Renault Clio. Rear brake disc: Description

Measure the thickness of the disc at 4 points in order (90

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