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How do you install rear brake pads and caliper on a 94 Honda Accord?


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2009-02-10 16:54:16
2009-02-10 16:54:16

I assume you could not compress the caliber, The caliber on the Accord must be turned while being compressed, There is a special tool for this. Some Auto Parts stores will lend you the tool if you purchase the pads from them. Answer: When buying ammunition, be sure and specify the proper caliber. When buying brake parts for your Honda Accord, you'll need to compress the caliper, not the caliber.


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