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How to replace front break pads with abs system

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This is an easy one. Abs or no abs changing the pads is the same.

You have to unbolt the caliper, pull out the old pads and reseat the caliper piston ( I use a large C-Clamp and the old pad to push the piston back into place.)

You are probably going to want to get your rotors turned. i bring mine to NAPA.

Put in the new pads, bolt the Caliper back on and your good to go.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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