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How are the front disk brakes removed on a 2005 Dodge Durango?

I'm trying to change the brake pads but i can't figure out how to remove them from the disk, it looks different from the back.

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When you have the caliper lossened sometimes you have to depress the caliper piston to get the pads out. Use a large flat head screw driver and pry the pistons back a little. Be careful not to pry too hard. Hope this helps.

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