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How do you reaplce brake pads on a 1998 Toyota Tacoma pick-up?

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2014-09-18 00:17:43
2014-09-18 00:17:43

Replacing brake pads is easy. Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the caliper/brake shoe, and remove the old brake pad. Put in the new brake pad, replace the caliper/brake shoe, replace the tire and lower the car to the ground.

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