Let's face it, the OEM brake pads are DUSTY. Today I will be installing ceramic brake pads (Autozone's Duralast Gold, lifetime pads). Did this while also installing lowering springs. The brake pads are quick and straightforward.
narrow 17mm wrench or narrow pliers
Needle-nose pliers or special tool for turning back rear pistons
Brake quiet, I use the spray on kind for the back of pads/shims and the pink goopy kind for the tabs
Prepare new pads with spray on disc quiet. This is supposed to set for 10 minutes before putting them on so do this step now.
Remove two 14mm bolts on top and bottom of caliper assembly, slide off.
Remove old pads. The fronts have clips on them for pulling the pads away from the rotor when disengaged. Remember to reinstall these when you put the new pads on.
Put brake quiet goop around the tabs of the new pads and slide into place.
Retract pistons to fit around new pads. The front require a c-clamp, you want to push the piston back until its flush with the surrounding housing.
The rears need to be turned to retract, I used needle-nose pliers although I know there is a special tool for this. I think I remember you need to turn them clockwise (opposite the direction my intuition told me). You will want one of those notches you used to turn the piston to line up with the little round button on the back of the pad when putting the piston back on or else the piston with come in contact with that button instead of sitting fully against the pad as it should.
Replace piston assembly to proper location and reinstall the two 14mm bolts. You may need to hold the nut on the slide with a 17mm wrench or pliers as you tighten the bolts as they may otherwise just spin the whole thing and not tighten. However if your wrench is too wide you won't be able to tighten it all the way without getting your wrench stuck. I used needle nosed pliers at the end to get the bolts fully tightened.
Enjoy your clean wheels (if installing ceramic pads).