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MEI Announce their New Range

Of Air Disc Brake Calipers

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1. Remove the brake pads as described in the PAD REPLACEMENT section (this can be found on p.7-8 of the MEI Caliper Maintenance Guide). Remove the air chamber from the caliper in line with the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations. If fitted, remove pad wear sensor cable from the chain cover.

Do not touch the electrical contact points – there is risk of static discharge.

‘Cover the exposed air chamber & wear sensor apertures with adhesive tape to prevent debris entering’
‘Support the air chamber so that it does not interfere with brake removal or cause strain on the air hose’

In some cases it may be necessary to remove the caliper and the carrier from the axle – refer to vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.

 

2. Pierce the middle of the protective cap using a suitable tool. Do not drive the tool between caliper bore and cap, as this might damage the caliper bore.

 

3. Remove the guide sleeve protective cap by inserting a suitable tool into the created hole and levering it out.

 

4. The longer protective cap (Type C) should be removed from the side and in an upward direction. Do not hit the protective cap in the direction of the caliper as this might damage the caliper.

 

5. Remove and discard the guide sleeve bolts and remove the caliper from the carrier. If the brake is removed from the vehicle ensure the carrier is securely located to resist the bolt torque, at a location close to the bolt being tightened, to prevent damaging the carrier.

Before removing the guide sleeve bolts ensure that the caliper cannot move or fall causing injury.

‘If necessary carefully release the guide sleeves from their location on the carrier using a rubber hammer’

 

6. Only use genuine MEI replacement parts – see MEI website for further information (www.meibrakes.com).

‘The MEI brake assembly number – from the identification plate located on top of the brake housing – should be
referenced in order to obtain the correct repair kit’

 

7. Remove and discard the guide sleeves and plastic washer and ease out guide sleeve boot with a suitable tool
(e.g. screwdriver). Check the inside area of the caliper bores and seal interfaces. In case of damage or excessive corrosion the caliper must be replaced.

 

8. To extract the long guide sleeve brass bush, use tool combination M10, M11 & M13 from the MEI brake tool kit (ref. 5K0010 or equivalent).

Note that the use of impact drivers / air wrenches is not permitted with the service tools.

Clean the brass bush and the tool contact areas (arrows J and K), then position the tool as shown. Ensure M11 seats correctly into the brass bush. Extract the brass bush by turning the bolt (M10) using a 24 A/F ring spanner, using another 24 A/F ring spanner to prevent M11 rotating. Make sure that M13 remains seated squarely on the caliper housing surface and does not tilt during extraction.

 

9. To fit a new brass bush (ref. MEI kit 5R0200 / 5R0205) use tool combination M10, M11, M14 & M15. First screw M11 onto the bolt (M10) and then fit M14 onto M10. Push the new brass bush onto M15, then assemble the prepared parts through the caliper bore from opposite ends and screw M10 into M15 by hand until it stops. Check that M14 is seated squarely on the surface (arrow L), then pull the brass bush into the bore by turning M11 until it stops.

 

10. To prevent axial movement of the brass bush it must be “staked” into the bore (arrow M). The hexagonal bolt of tool M15 (arrow N) must be screwed in up to its stop to deform the brass bush into place.

Wind back the hexagonal bolt (arrow N) of tool M15 approximately 15 mm. Slacken off nut M11 and rotate tool M15 approximately 60°. Re-tighten nut M11 and screw in M15 to repeat the “staking” process. The brass bush is now secured against axial movement.

The hexagonal bolt of tool M15 must be screwed out again approximately 15mm before removing the tool and checking the contact area of the brass bush and removing any burrs (if necessary).

Grease the brass bush with WHITE grease (ref. 5F1500) provided in the MEI repair kit.

 

11. To extract the short guide sleeve rubber bush (ref. MEI kit 5R0200) use tool combination M10, M12, M16 & M17 from the MEI brake tool kit (ref. 5K0010 or equivalent).

Position the tool as shown and hand tighten M12 ensuring M16 seats correctly into the steel ring.

Extract the rubber bush and steel ring by turning the bolt (M10) using a 24 A/F ring spanner, using another 24 A/F ring spanner to prevent M12 rotating.

‘Apply grease to the bolt thread (M10) to reduce the effort required to remove the bush’

‘Ensure M10 is rotated and M12 remains stationary to prevent damaging the tools’

 

12. To fit a new short guide sleeve rubber bush (ref. MEI kit 5R0200) use tool combination M10, M12, M16, M18 & M19. The grub screw on M19 should be wound in so that it does not contact the caliper surface, and M19 is coaxial with the guide sleeve bore.

Push the new rubber bush into tool M18. Assemble the prepared parts through the caliper bore from opposite ends and screw M12 onto M10 by hand until it stops. Take care not to tilt the rubber bush when winding it in.

Pull the rubber bush into the bore until it stops by turning the bolt (M10) using a 24 mm A/F spanner, using another 24 A/F ring spanner to prevent M12 rotating.

Remove the tool and check that therubber bush metal ring does not move.

‘When checking the metal ring ensure that the sealing lip is not damaged’

Grease the rubber bush with WHITE grease (ref. 5F1500) provided in the MEI repair kit.

 

13. To extract the short guide sleeve plain bush (ref. MEI kit 5R0205) use tool combination M10, M12 & M17.

Position the tool as shown and hand tighten M12 ensuring it seats correctly into the bush.

Extract the bush by turning the bolt (M10) using a 24 A/F ring spanner, whilst using another 24 A/F ring spanner to prevent M12 rotating.

’Apply grease to the bolt thread (M10) to reduce the effort required to remove the bush’

‘Ensure M10 is rotated and M12 remains stationary to prevent damaging the tools’

 

14. To fit a new short guide sleeve plain bush (ref. MEI kit 5R0205) use tool combination M10, M11, M14 & M16. Note that M16 is used as a spacer in order to provide clearance for M10 with the housing.

Fit the new plain bush onto tool M11. Assemble the prepared parts through the caliper bore from opposite ends and screw M11 onto M10 by hand until it stops. Take care not to tilt the plain bush when winding it in.

Pull the plain bush into the bore until it stops by turning the bolt (M10) using a 24 mm A/F spanner, using another 24 A/F ring spanner to prevent M11 rotating.

Grease the plain bush with WHITE grease (ref. 5F1500) provided in the MEI repair kit.

‘The plain bush is round & does not require staking to prevent it rotating, unlike alternative ‘non-round’ bushes’

 

 

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