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Picture of Replacing the brake pads on a standard passenger car.
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.

Picture of The tools that you will need.
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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
-C-Clamp
-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 
 
ailsaJ4 months ago

Remove excess brake fluid from the expert
cylinder before raising the vehicle – this guarantees there is space for liquid
to come to the cylinder without overflowing when you push the piston over into
the caliper.The brake hose and
caliper will require backing
during the methodology – to do this attach some wire around the caliper and the hose then
secure to a suspension component for extra back.

Thanks

Ailsa@ https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/brake-pads-replacement

autoczesci2 years ago
Excellent instruction!!!
oooo..... i need to do this so bad.... thanks for the post.