1. Apply the parking brake. Safety is a priority whenever you are working on a car. Before removing the wheels apply the parking brake on to make sure your car is secure.
  2. Loosen the lug nuts ¼ turn. While the tires are still on the ground, use a tire iron or air gun to turn the lug nuts and make the wheel easier to remove.
  3. Position your jack under the frame of the car next to the wheel you are removing. Use the jack to raise the car off the ground. Check your car’s owner’s manual for proper jack placement.  Lift the car high enough to slide a jack stand underneath the frame.  Slowly lower the car onto the jack stand. Remove the jack to leave the car resting on the stand.
  4.  For full steps, please visit:  How to Paint Brake Calipers 
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