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How to change front brake pads on a 1998 mazda 323

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Well, get the car up, take the tire off, Take a C clamp the bigger the better since it has ABS. Lock the C clamp on the hammers and tighten. Actually here is my email for diagram it would be easier to describe. onetigerone at hotmail dot com.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

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