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CHANGING REAR BRAKE

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I HAVE A 1991 MERCEDES BENZ 300E 2.6 I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CHANGE REAR PADS AND ROTORS?

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For rear pads rear rotors changing procedure you need lift up car,secure front wheels, disconect rear wheels from rotors,(if you missing the bolts try drill it whith portable electric drill at first smal drill 3 mm diameter,then 10 mm diameter.)Disconect the hydraulics breake cylinders cearefully putt it on plate not tears the house.Change beake pads.Unscrew the rotor whith hexagonal wrench.Setup the hand bracke clearance.Putt agan the rotor on rear axis.Assembly the breake cylinders ,and wheel tighening 110 Hm.

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