Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Its simple, each brake caliper has two screws loosen the top bolt then take out the bottom one causing the caliper to rise, take out the old brake pads, be careful when installing the new ones to not touch the pads with your hands cause any kind of dirt can throw off the new pads while the calipers are up check the rotars to see how badly damage they are if they are really scratched or not, once placing the new pads into place close the calipers and re tighten the screws into place.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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