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How to change front brake pads.

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Well the first thing U need to do is clamp off your break line,{u only have to do this if it has abs}which that year.then you nee to break open the break bleeder vavle.Whants you have don this then you are raedy to unbolt the break housing and remove the breaks and replace.Put back togather and close the bleeder vavle and take the clamp off the break line.Now you are ready to bleed the breaks.The same way for all four.{if your car has disk breaks in the back}

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