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I want to change the brake pads on my toyota corrola

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So do it

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  • lmeuseman85 Mar 08, 2009

    it's ez you will need an 5-10 in c clamp a set on metric Allen sockets and metric wrenches and a small pry bar. jack up the front on both sides remove wheels turn wheel to left. use pry bar to sped the pads away from the rotors remove the 2 8mm Allen bolts remove caliper use small bungy cord to hold caliper so that is not hanging pulling on the brake fluid hose if ya brake that hose you will be in a world of ****. then remove the pads from the bridge remove the bridge and replace the rotors also your saving money doing it your self don't cheap out. clean the new rotor with brake ken they are shipped with oil on them so they don't rust. use a lug nut backwards to hold the rotor on tight on the nub will help in putting the bridge back on once the bridge is on put some anti seize lube on the parts wear the pads touches the bridge. then use the C Clamp the push the caliper piston back in go slow in pushing not to blow the seals out 1/4 turns at a time then lube the Allen bolts and reinstall the caliper then pump brakes only due on side at a time so if need to you can look at the other side

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Try autozone.com or your library for a complete diagram and step by step instructions

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