Are your car's brakes making a grinding noise every time you apply the brake? Are you running low on cash or just don't trust any mechanic with your special baby? Do you have access to a few basic tools and not afraid to get your hands a little dirty? Well if you said yes to the three questions listed above then your in luck. With this short and simple tutorial I will show you step-by-step how to change the brake pads on your passenger car. 

*Note: By careful when changing your brake pads on your or anyone else car. I do not hold responsibility for any injury to anyone*  

Step 1: The Tools That You Will Need.

The tools that you'll need to complete this afternoon project are very simple and easy to acquire tools. These tools consist of:
-Lug Wrench
-An open ended or an adjustable wrench (it depends on what kind of a car you are working on)
-A hammer (one that you can swing around in a somewhat tight area)
-A set of Allen wrenches (standard or metric, it depends on the make and model of your car)
-Jack stands
-Car jack (the one that was provided with your car will work just fine)
-Your new brake pads 
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Excellent instruction!!!
oooo..... i need to do this so bad.... thanks for the post.

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