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Rear brakes not an svt but a zts... I am looking for a link to help with instructions of how to replace rear pads on my 2002 ford focus zts... has disc brakes

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Bskelly;

try this link: http://auto.howstuffworks.com

You can do a search "replace brake pads"

This is a fantastic web page to have in the "favorites" of your browser.


Hope this helps. good luck Loringh PS please give me a rating Thks

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