How to replace rear brake discs and brake pads LEXUS IS 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace rear brake discs and brake pads LEXUS IS 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace / change / install / replacement rear brake discs / brake rotors / disc brakes and brake pads on LEXUS IS 2 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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01:01 — Use a punch and a hammer to kick the brake pad guide pins
01:59 — Use an open-end wrench №19

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Phil Lockwood says:

No grease like

Chris Bradley says:

I’ve been pushing my brake fluid backwards into the system on my own abs cars and my friends abs cars for over a decade and not failure yet,

Thomas Dappert says:

NEVER push brake fluid backwards into the system. With ABS systems it can possibly damage valving. Additionally pushing contaminated/dirty fluid back into the master cylinder may damage your master cylinder causing BIG, EXPENSIVE problems in any system.

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