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How do you remove rear brake dust covers 1996 Toyota Camry

How do you remove the rear brake dust covers on a 1996 toyota camry?

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  • danhigh Apr 17, 2009

    I know how to get the wheel off......I'm talking about the dust cover or splash shield for the disc brakes

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There are plastic covers directly on top of you lug nuts remove with four way or socket clockwise direction these plastic caps will screw off releasing wheel cover. then remove lugs.

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