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I took the rear wheels off to replace the brake pads on my 1995 Ford Mustang GT convertible and I cannot figure out how to get the pads on and it put back together. Help!

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  • Brian Anderson May 11, 2010

    Does it have disc brakes on the back or are they drum brakes? Then I can help you get it done.

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The brake caliper pistons have to be turned back in the caliper in order to install the new pads. I would recommend going to the parts store and maybe renting the tool to do it.

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