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Old 09 Jul 2013, 07:03 am
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Default is brake pads hard to replace by yourself?

has front anti lock brakes, 2008 car and being a woman, have never done this before.
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Old 09 Jul 2013, 07:18 am
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Brakes can be done by a women yes with precautions and tools. You need a manual and an adviser.
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Old 09 Jul 2013, 07:32 am
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With simple tools and a little determination, anything and everything is possible. The job is quite simple and the ABS system is completely separate from a brake job. Before you tackle a job that you may not want to, check out the link below. It's a 20 min. video showing you step by step how to do a brake job.















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