Video by Go Green Autos via YouTube
I made this video after I removed the park brake caliper on my 2014 Tesla Model S. But I show you the components and how to remove it, so it may help you if you were needing to service (i.e. lubricate) your park brake or if like me, remove it completely if its seized up.
If you can remove the actuator from the caliper while its still mounted on the car, you can unwind the piston with a ring spanner. In my case I couldn’t do that as the screws were nearly chewing up. So I can to leave that in place and remove the caliper. The caliper bolts came out easily enough, but removing this while the pads were still clamped tight on the disc was a challenge.
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00:00 Tesla brakes
00:46 My faults
08:14 New pins & pads
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