After referring to a trusty YouTube video, I made quick work of it. It took me almost as long to jack up the car and remove the wheels then it did to change the pads.
|17mm wrench and a 12mm socket.|
This removed the piston assembly and I compressed the piston with the typical 4" C-clamp.
|The removed piston housing.|
|The pad housing. Sounds like a good name to me.|
|Old on top, new on bottom, obviously. Not horrible, but definitely ready to be replaced. Rotor was in good shape.|
|I'm ashamed of this picture. A bit too close on this one. Thankfully, there was not grooving to the rotor and only minor scoring.|