Question about Hyundai Sonata
Ok ur gonna need to get the front end in the air, take the wheels off, u will see a caliper, there are 2 bolts on the back of it, take them loose and remove them, then u can take the caliper off, once off remove the old pads, then u will need what is called a C-Clamp, u will see a round cylinder, put on of the old pads in the front of it and use the c clamp to push the piston back in, if u dont u will never get the pads back on, then put the pads back on, repeat on the other side (note) 1 side at at time, when ur finished let the car on the ground and pump the brakes, then u should be good to go
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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