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How hard is it to replace rear brakes on a 2005 freestyle?

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Rear brakes do not have to be replaced too often. It's really hard to tell without looking at it. What you can do is to replace front brakes and test drive it, if you feel that your car brakes works just fine you do not need to replace rear brake shoes.



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replace every 90k kl or 60k kl if driving hard don't wait for it to go as you damage the engine if it brakes


Compared to todays modern brake systems they will feel hard. Also depends on if they are power brakes or not. Some cars of that era did not have power brakes and they were very hard to push.


Which brakes are you replacing front or rear or all four It shouldn't cost more than $100 with out parts and labor Or you can do them your self it's not that hard at all unless your are doing the rear brakes which will require a special brake spring tool


it took me about 2 hours the back one on the drivers sisde is hard to get too


Its hard as if someone punches your head and it brakes the hand!



it is friction and when the water goes on the brakes and tires they bond together


Press brakes with firm, hard pressure.


Apply the brakes hard and steer out of danger.


It all depends on how hard you use your brakes. If you do a lot of driving in the city you will have to change the pads more often than if you drive in a rural area. If its already hard to slow down then it is time to replace the pads. Also make sure you break line is good as well


Is your brake pedal hard ? If so replace the power brake booster. It sounds like you have a major vaccume leak in the booster when you apply the brakes. Power brakes work off of engine vaccume. If the dieafram is leaking vaccume when you apply the brakes it leans the engine out. ( creates a major vaccume leak ) and engine dies. Hope this helps.


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Replace the master cylinder and flush the entire system and replace with new brake fluid from a sealed container.




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