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2002 Honda Civic Front Brake Pad Change

I'm trying to find instructions for replacing my front brake pads on my 2002 Honda Civic. Particularly, I can't remember the torque settings for the bolts, but I'd really like to have the instructions in front of me while I'm doing it. Can anyone help me find some instructions I can print out?

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    EX Coupe - 1.7L

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    BGPhilbin Mar 07, 2009

    EX Coupe - 1.7L


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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    What model & engine please?

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Autozone.com has the best available information that is at no charge. They give you step by step instrucions and pictures with exploded views. Once you do the brakes a time or two it will be a snap. At the site simply add your vehicle and go to vehicle repair guides. Hope this helps.

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