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How hard is it to take front brake rotor on 96 Honda accord ex 4 door sedan What parts do you have to take out besides brake caliber and pads?

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2008-08-20 14:16:18
2008-08-20 14:16:18

you have 10 or 12 mm bolt one on top and one bottom of caliber take a big screw driver push back piston off pads that releases pressure then pop pads out put new ones in

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