Install brake rotor back on wheel hub. Getting the rotor to seat flush back on the wheel hub can be difficult. What I did was to use the lug nuts to press it back into place. They will also hold it in place while you reinstall the brake caliper.
Reinstall brake caliper, install two 19mm bolts and torque down brake caliper bolts.
Reinstall wheel, tighten lug nuts, lower vehicle and torque down the lug nuts.
Do the exact some thing 3 more times on each of the remaining rotors.
For the rear wheels almost everything is the same. I will high light some of the anomalies.
There is a large rubber bushing right behind the factor jack point. I lifted the car again right behind the factory jack point. I am guessing this rubber bushing is a lifting point for a car lift.
For the rears I did not use the wheel ramps and had no problems. I placed my safely jack stand below the body mount. I was not able to place them under the rear control arm like I was on the fronts. I investigated this area and it looked to have some added support and looked to be the best spot for my back up safety jack stand.
This is important; make sure you release the parking brake before you jack up the rear of the vehicle. Put the car in park release the parking brake, chalk the wheels then jack it up. You will not be able to remove the rear rotors with the parking brake on.
The rear brake caliper bolts are a 17mm bolt.
To secure the rear caliper after removal just set it on top of the upper control arm. You will find a position that will feel secure. On one side you will need to unclip 3 of the rubber line holders. This will give you the slack needed to be able set the caliper on the upper control arms.
The results, after all this was done I took the car out to embed the brakes. I thought 10pm on Sunday night would be a good time for the freeways in Orange County. Wrong, there was still a lot of traffic. It was hard to properly embed the brakes. Most importantly I never came to a complete stopped but did several increasing harder brake stops. Every time I completed one the brakes got better and better. The high speed pulsating was complete gone. The only thing that remains is a very slight pulse that you can feel at very slow speeds right before you come to a stop. I will drive the car again tonight and report back with my finding. I hope this write up helps some of you who are also experiencing the brake pulsation. I hope you tackle this job yourself and report back with your experience and results.