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2002 honda accord rear disc breaks

My brakes need to be replaced in the rear how ever I am not mechanically inclined. So what do I need to do get the set or just get pads or what help me out here

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Go to Conrads or Bridgestone or other car mechanics. brake repairs are not the most expensive repairs in a car.

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