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How to change brake pads on 94aerodeck

How to change brake pads on 94 accord aerodeck

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Front or rear? in front only need to remove the 2 screws of caliper, remove it and compress the caliper piston with a c-clamp put the new pads, caliper and tight the screws. For rear is the same procedure but need a tool for compress the caliper piston, looks like http://www.chain-auto-tools.com/pics/AMR450L.jpg and in this page is how to use need to turn clockwise and press for compress it http://image.superstreetonline.com/f/9520063/130_22_z+acura_rsx_s_brake_install+compress_piston.jpg

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