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How to change Front Brake Pads on 97 Chevy S10 Truck?


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2010-09-09 05:01:20
2010-09-09 05:01:20

you pull off the front wheel, then you remove the break caliper, then replace the break pads,.., it helps if you have a large C-clamp..


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