Start by removing the front wheels. Once the wheels are off you will see the rotors and caliper on the front of the strut. Take a socket and rachet and remove the two bolts one on the top and one at the bottom of the caliper. I believe they are 9MM hex bit. Pull the caliper off and the brakes will come with it. Remove the old pads and use a C clamp or C vise grip to push back the brake cylinder. Install the new pads making sure they are on correctly.(The easiest way to know this is to just remember how the old ones came off.) Reinstall the caliper on the rotor.(If it doesnt go on the brake cylinder is not back far enough.) reinstall the two bolts, double checking to be sure they are tight. Reinstall the front wheel and torque the lug nuts.
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