MisterR

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  • First Name
    Lloyd
  • Lexus Model
    CT200H
  • Year of Lexus
    2014
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Sussex

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  1. Thanks for everyone’s responses
  2. Had to replace pads and discs after caliper pins seized. No different than any other car. Did it with disconnected 12V battery and was rather gentle with pushing the piston just enough to accommodate new pads and discs. Have used Pagid parts and IMO they performed better than OEM that are made by Textar. Thanks, I suspected the same. I have looked at OEM that come in at £100 but I can save £20 with Brembo disks and pads
  3. Hi Everyone, New member with a CT200h. Just a quick question about brake replacement, do many people do it themselves? I have read how difficult it is, but also seen guides that make it look very similar to regular disks and pads. I understand the simplest way could be to disconnect the battery and only push the piston back into the caliper enough to go over the new pads. I am pretty handy with a set of spanner’s having done quite extensive modifications to previous cars, but never on a hybrid power train. Thanks in advance for you help.
  4. Welcome to Europe's Leading Lexus Club! Please Enjoy!

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      MisterR

      Thanks Steve