How to replace rear brakes on Lincoln MKZ put car in service mode, Lincoln MKC or MKT rear brake pad

How to replace rear brakes on Lincoln MKZ put car in service mode, Lincoln MKC or MKT rear brake pad

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Don Barbz says:

I took my 2013 Lincoln 3.7 V6 MKZ (55k miles) to the dealership for an oil change today. They told me my rear brakes needed to be replaced. Said I had 2mm left before the pads were done n recommended me to have them repaired. Price $389.00. I said nope, called Autozone n got a price on thr pads of $29.99. I'm going to try n do it myself. Thanks

Larry Gibbs says:

Thanks for the info

VFX4pro says:

Many thank-you

Jimbob Ricky From trailer 62 says:

Even w parking brake mode the piston won't go in any ideas

Michael Heston says:

Thank you my friend. Very clear concise and to the point video helped me get the brakes situated on my MKZ. Great job!

SIM 740 says:

why didn't I have to go thru that bs on ours?what yr is this one tho?

Tomm_E_Boyy says:

Very nice video brotha

shane greer says:

Appreciate the video. Was that allen socket a 7mm or 8mm . Thx.

Emmanuel Reyes says:

Thanks brother I was just working on one of these today

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