i found this video to be accurate, but dangerous:
- 1. never work on a car, thats on a stock/oem scissor jack (unless on the side of the road. the rocking motion can cause it to buckle and drop the car.
2. DO NOT spray any lubricants onto the face or the rear of the rotor. that lube will melt, dribble(like it did in the video) onto the braking surface and contaminate your pads. if you want to use a tiny bit of brake grease between the hub & rotor, thats fine.
3. DIDNT LUBE THE SLIDER PINS(long bolts). THE WD-40 WILL DETERIORATE THE RUBBER BOOTS.
4. PISTON DUST BOOT DIDNT GO BACK IN CORRECTLY AND NEEDS REPLACING, RISKING PINCHING IT. I SUGGEST A REPLACEMENT.