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How do you remove brake pads 1994 b300?

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2007-04-21 02:29:37
2007-04-21 02:29:37

Just like any other vehicle... Remove wheel, remove caliper, remove pads, replace pads, replace caliper, replace wheel. Do NOT get any grease on the pads or the rotor. If you do, clean it off with brake cleaner, not some other cleaner.

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