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 Brake Pads & Filters - A Few Tips

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JohnHRef999
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Model and year : 1993 Hiace Campervan 4WD 2779cc Diesel Auto Transmission
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PostSubject: Brake Pads & Filters - A Few Tips   Sat Jul 21, 2007 1:05 pm

I have a 1993 2.8ltr Diesel Hiace Campervan - LH119
FOR INFO FOR ANYONE GETTING THEIR HANDS DIRTY AND DOING A BIT OF SERVICING Front Brake Pads Kit Part No 04465-YZZAD - Handbrake on Chock Wheels Jack Up Take off wheel , Replacing is a doddle 14mm Ring Spanner to get the two caliper bolts out. Tie Up the Piston Assembly. Prise off the pads from the caliper frame - - place the shims on the new pads & replace Bobs Your Uncle! You may need to press in the Piston using plumbers pliers to refit the Caliper Frame with the piston.

Air filter - behind the Offside Front Wheel - unscrew the Butterfly nut, remove Filter End Housing with rubber seal, unscrew another butterfly nut & remove filter. Part No 17801-54100. Be careful you don't damage the plastic Resonator - next to the air filter (it has 2 rubber flaps on it)

Oil Filter Part No 15600-41010 Diesel Engine Oil Filter is on Right Side of engine- remove front plate/sump guard, use a filter chain with socket housing/3/8" drive - it makes it a lot easier than trying to puncture and rotating with a screwdriver.

Fuel Filter - Diesel is on Left Side of engine mounted on the body - use 12mm socket to remove whole assembly Part No 23303-64010.

Changing Oil (Diesel) by removing sump plug with 14mm socket - you don't need to remove the sump guard - the nut is visible through a rubber sheath.
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PostSubject: Re: Brake Pads & Filters - A Few Tips   Sat Jul 21, 2007 1:41 pm

Good work M8.. thnx for the info
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PostSubject: Re: Brake Pads & Filters - A Few Tips   Thu Jul 26, 2007 5:14 pm

Thanks. I'll be changing the filter and oil very soon. This came in handy.
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