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How do you change brake pads on front of vehicle.Do you unscrew 2 bolts or 4.

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You should have two bolts on your 1999 olds dont forget to push your calber can use a srewdriver for that.. before you lossen the bolts or your new pads will not go on.if you thik it might be four then look at a brake diogram on line. just type in brakes for a 1999 olds or something to that effect and it will show you the bolts good luck............

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