J11 2014 (new shape) rear brake pad replacement.

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d0Min_uS
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Qashqai Model: Mk.2 Qashqai - J11 (2013–2017)

Re: J11 2014 (new shape) rear brake pad replacement.

Post by d0Min_uS » Sat Jul 27, 2019 8:59 pm

duncho wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:14 pm
d0Min_uS how much break pads and discs are worn on your CVT equipped car? I have 90k km on the clock and the breaks are still in very good conditions, it seems like they will survive until I will be selling the car :)
Hello Duncho,

My disc is original and have 98.000km and mu mechanic said that I can make more 20.000-30.000km until need to change the disc .

The original brake pad was changed first at 83.000km with aftermarket one, and until now, not need to change.

I think that the driving style and the CVT brake motor help us to achieve this KM with original disc and brake pads.
Qashqai Tekna 1.6 dci CVT X-Tronic (J11-2014) color: Black - Z11, engine: R9M 2WD


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Qashqai Model: Mk.2 Qashqai - J11 (2013–2017)

Re: J11 2014 (new shape) rear brake pad replacement.

Post by pope_acute » Sat Aug 24, 2019 5:37 pm

Territorial_ wrote:
Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:38 am
You don't need any pc software to pull pistons back. Just take off the brake motor from caliber and turn motor coupling with t40 torx CCW. This will back up mechanism. Now you can use the old-style press to press the piston back in.
Thanks so much for this info. Change pads loads in the past on various cars. Cracked on then realised the auto handbrake box wasn't allowing to wind back even with handbrake off and fluid cap off in engine bay. Panicked when I read needed computer to wind back. But removal of auto handbrake box, torx to wind it back, then a bit of pressure and the caliper wound right back in.phew. first side took 1hour second side 20 mins. Lol


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