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How do you replace disc brakes on a 1986 Nissan 300 ZX?

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2007-05-17 01:04:13
2007-05-17 01:04:13

Jack up car, secure on jackstand, Remove wheel, remove two mounting bolts that secure the calipers. Slide calipers out of rotors and hang caliper in a way not to strain brake hose. Pull Rotors off and change for new ones. If you want to change pads, Remove two retaining bolts on the caliper that hold the pads, remove and replace them.

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