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Kia Sportage: Rear Disc Brake

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Brake System / Rear Disc Brake

Components and Components Location

 Components

  1. Guide rod bolt
  2. Bleed screw
  3. Caliper bracket
  4. Caliper body
  5. Inner pad shim
  6. Brake pad
  7. Pad retainer

Repair procedures

Removal

1. Remove the rear wheel & tire.

Tightening torque: 88.3 ~ 107.9 N.m (9.0 ~ 11.0 kgf.m, 65.1 ~ 79.6 lb-ft)

2. Remove the rear shock absorber (A). [2WD Only]

(Refer to the Suspension group - rear shock absorber)

3. Remove the rear upper arm (B). [2WD) Only]

3. Remove the rear upper arm (B). [2WD) Only]

(Refer to the Suspension group - rear upper arm)

4. Loosen the hose eyebolt (B) and caliper mounting bolts (C), then remove the rear caliper assembly (A).

Tightening torque:

Brake hose to caliper (B): 24.5 ~ 29.4 N.m (2.5 ~ 3.0 kgf.m, 18.1 ~ 21.7 lb-ft)

Caliper assembly to carrier (C): 78.5 ~ 98.1 N.m (8.0 ~ 10.0 kgf.m, 57.9 ~ 72.3 lb-ft)

5. Remove the rear brake disc by loosening the screws (A).

5. Remove the rear brake disc by loosening the screws (A).

 Replacement

 Replacement

Rear brake pads

1. Loosen the guide rod bolt (B) and pivot the caliper (A) up out of the way.

Tightening torque: 21.6 ~ 31.4 N.m (2.2 ~ 3.2 kgf.m, 15.9 ~ 23.1 lb-ft)

2. Replace pad shim (D), pad retainers (C) and brake pads (B) in the caliper

2. Replace pad shim (D), pad retainers (C) and brake pads (B) in the caliper bracket (A).

 Inspection

 Inspection

Rear Brake Disc Thickness Check

1. Check the brake pads for wear and fade.

2. Check the brake disc for damage and cracks.

3. Remove all rust and contamination from the surface, and measure the disc thickness at 8 points, at least, of same distance (5mm) from the brake disc outer circle.

Brake disc thickness

 Standard: 10 mm (0.39 in)

 Service limit: 8.4 mm (0.33 in)

 Deviation: less than 0.005 mm (0.0002 in)

4. If wear exceeds the limit, replace the discs and pad assembly left and

4. If wear exceeds the limit, replace the discs and pad assembly left and right of the vehicle.

Rear Brake Pad Check

1. Check the pad wear. Measure the pad thickness and replace it, if it is less than the specified value.

Pad thickness

 Standard value: 10 mm (0.393 in)

 Service limit: 2.0 mm (0.0787 in)

2. Check that grease is applied, to sliding contact points and the pad and backing metal for damage.

Rear Brake Disc Runout Check

1. Place a dial gauge about 5 mm (0.2 in.) from the outer circumference of the brake disc, and measure the runout of the disc.

Brake disc runout

 Limit: 0.03 mm (0.00118 in.) or less (new one)

2. If the runout of the brake disc exceeds the limit specification, replace

2. If the runout of the brake disc exceeds the limit specification, replace the disc, and then measure the runout again.

3. If the runout exceeds the limit specification, install the brake disc after turning it 180º and then check the runout of the brake disc again.

4. If the runout cannot be collected by changing the position of the brake disc, replace the brake disc.

Installation

1. Installation is the reverse of removal.

2. Use a SST (09581-11000) when installing the brake caliper assembly.

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