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2000 Hyunda Accent Australian version

Please could you go through the steps on how I change the front disc pads on the above car.
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Remove the tire, remove the cailiper mounting bolts. With a "C" clamp push the pisotn back in the the caliper. When you push the piston back, crack the bleeder valve to let the pressure out while compressing. Before you release the "C" clamp, tighten the bleeder valve. Re-install in reverse of removal.

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