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How do you relace the break pads? - 1991 Honda Accord

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the link above will take you to a great guide that tells you step by step and the tools you will need to do this job.

its not that hard to do and it should only take a couple of hours.

make sure you put the car on axle stands under the chassis to ensure it wont slip off the jack if you dont have axle stands you will need to get some as its not safe working under the car without it being on stands

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