Question about 2000 Mazda Protege
When you pull the weel, you need to loosen the caliper from the rotor. once they are loosened, pry the caliper off the rotor. remove the old pads. use a caliper tool, you can rent one from an auto parts store or buy one, they are not expensive. use this tool to push the caliper piston back. place new pads, hook the caliper back on the rotor and fasten. replace the wheel. your done. barring any problems, it will be about a 10-15 min per wheel.
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