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Disc brakes how to change disc brakes on a 2005 toyota corolla

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    Devon Sacco May 11, 2010

    Safety hazard!!!! Don't do it, if you never did one before.

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I have seen more people cause very costly damage to their cars, and spend hundreds of dollars, because they didnt let a professional do their brakes. If you do not know what youre doing, let a professional do it. To save $100 is not worth yours and other peoples lives.

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