No, you don't have to mess with the e-brake for rear pad replacement, just make sure it's (e-brake) released prior repair, lol. No internal drum. Just remove the 2 13mm bolts and pull (pry) caliper top off. I would recommend pulling the slide pins out to inspect, clean and relube with never-seize. To pull the rotor, you have to remove the 2 15mm caliper mount bolts. I wouldn't open a bleeder unless piston won't retract (screw in) easily. If you do open the bleeder, remember to bleed that wheel afterwards.
Last edited by sheila; 10-24-2012 at 12:26 PM.