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How do you take brake pads off a 1986 Toyota corolla?

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2009-03-27 03:25:08
2009-03-27 03:25:08

Jack up and support car with firm stands. Remove wheels. Remove 2bolts from brake caliper where it attaches to support and pull it off the rotor, and support it with a wire. Slip old pads out of caliper, making note of the anti-squeal shims on the old pads. Push brake pistons fully open. Apply anti squeal compound to BACK of new pads and place shims on them. Place newpads into calipers just like the ones you took out and replace caliper on rotor.Replace bolts onto caliper and make sure they're tight enough.

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