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Old 06-06-2002, 03:18 PM
BigMikeT57 BigMikeT57 is offline
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Easy DIY

If your only doing pads, it is much easier than most US cars you've
done. Just push out the two pins that hold in the retainer with
a drift pin, remove the retainer, slide out the pads and reverse.
Push the pistons back into the calipers using the old pad.
Remember to use the anti-squeek paste.

That's it. No need to remove the calipers, unless you are replacing the rotors. Easiest brake job I've ever done.

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