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Replacing brake pads is not hard but there are a few things you should know. Safer to get a mechanic to do the job but find one that will let you watch and explain what he is doing for the next time it needs doing

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If your having a leakage from this, or if your rear brakes are locking up, replace both calipers (one on each side) and replace rear brakes if necessary - (if replaced, it's best to replace front as well, but not necessary if they are still good).

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