I changed the rear brakes on a 2003 Lexus GS in under 20 minutes. The process is extremely easy and calls for very little tools. All you do is support the car on stands and remove the tire. Then you remove the cotter pin slide and from the caliper, the brake hardware and depress the piston in the caliper. Then you simply remove the old rate pads and replace them with brand-new ceramic brake pads. Once you’re done with changing the pads you always want to bleed your brakes and inspect your rotors. Pork your tire back to specs and fill up your brake reservoir with the proper brake fluid and then go take your car for a test drive.
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