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HOW CAN I CHANGE MY BREAK PADS. I AM NOT A AUTO MACHANIC.

MY CAR IS COROLLA 2005

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Here is a link for Toyota Owner and how to change the brake pads to your Corolla. http://us.toyotaownersclub.com//index.php?s=026e2160bf14a06de44771ea240282fb&showtopic=141&pid=7015&st=0&#entry7015
Goodf luck and hope this helps you. Have a friend with you to help out.

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