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Hello, I am attempting to replace rear brake pads (disc) on a 2004 Toyota Rav4, but I don't know how to get them off. How do I take the pads off and put them back on?

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Remove two mounting bolts to the brake calipers to remove brake pads.

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How do you remove the brake calipers? mine do not want come off easily

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