Question about 1989 Ford Crown Victoria
Loosen lug nuts. jack car up. Take wheel off. take the 2 bolts out of caliber. then remove the caliber from rotor and then remove the brake pads. push back piston with piston pushing tool. insert new brakes into caliber and return the caliber onto the rotor. put the 2 bolts back in and return wheel by tightining in a star order and you are now ready to roll
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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