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How do you remove the front brake discs on a 1988 Plymouth Colt E 4 cylinder 1.5 liter carb non-abs brakes?


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2008-05-22 00:05:20
2008-05-22 00:05:20

On an 88 Colt along with most cars u have to remove the tire. Then there should be a cap with a clip that holds it on remove the clip then the cap will come off. There will be a bolt that u will have to remove. After all this take off the calipers. There should be two bolts that hold them together. Once the calipers are off remove the plate. (If applicable) There might be one more bolt that holds the disc to the axle. Then the discs should slide right off.

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