1.Consider turning the vehicle’s steering wheel so the front wheel being focused on points outward in the front after the front tire has been removed. This can make working on a front-wheel caliper assembly much easier because of improved access. Be very careful that your jack braces are out of the way when you’re doing this, however.
2.If you are servicing the rear brakes be careful around the parking brake system; find the proper way to remove and adjust.
3.Inspect your rotors if they are shiny or are not flat. These two symptoms may cause the brakes to squeal. If this were to happen, the rotors can be resurfaced flat as long as they stay above the minimum thickness.