Taking the time to replace the brake pads on your Nissan Titan will save you hundreds of dollars. You will also get the satisfaction of repairing your own vehicle. When replacing the brake pads, replace the rotors as well so the new pads have an even surface to push against while braking. Replacing the brake pads and rotors will increase the performance and longevity of the brakes.
Tools Used: Tools, Eye protection, Jack, Jack stands, Lug-nut wrench, Ratchet, Sockets, Bungee cord, Hammer (optional), New rotors, Brake cleaner, New brake pads, C-clamp
Change the Front Brakes
Lift the Nissan Titan with the jack and place the vehicle on jack stands. Remove the wheels with a lug-nut wrench and set them aside. Remove the caliper with a ratchet and use a bungee cord to hang the caliper.