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How do you change brake pads on a 95 galant?

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2005-09-19 20:20:44
2005-09-19 20:20:44

Pull your tires off, Remove the two bolts holding on your Caliper, pull your calipers off and remove the old pads, Press your calipers back using a C clamp or something making sure your break fluid doesn't run over, then put it back together. repeat for the other side.

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