How to Replace Front Brakes 03-07 Honda Accord

How to Replace Front Brakes 03-07 Honda Accord

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🔧 List of tools used:
• 10mm Wrench
• 12mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Brake Grease
• Drain Pan
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Wire Brush

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Long Nguyen says:

Out of curiousity, why do you loosen the caliper bleeder screw when compressing the piston? I've never seen it done this way, always seen others open the cap on the brake cylinder to relieve the pressure

GranTech SW ENG says:

yeah I like to show my grandaughters how women can do the same work.

Aric V says:

Now I know how to change the brake pads on my cah!

Zapped By Life says:

No lock tight

richard fabrizio says:

Great job. You do a professional job. Many thanks

LaShaye L. says:

Good work!! Very thorough application & explanation!

La flor De la muerte says:

The caliper mounting slider bolts aren’t 12 mm and I have the exact same car you’re using for this video.

Vic Jojola says:

Is this the same process for the coupe models? I have an 07 accord v6 2 door…

Janis King says:

Great video, one question, I noticed that the two crosspoint screws on the rotor are missing. Did you take them off prior or are they unnecessary?
I have ordered a special JIS bit to remove them, rather than strip out the heads. Thanks for your response.

Carl Johnson says:

The brake pads have to have that curve for the Accord or else you’ll hear a grinding noise

TheEletronicFunky says:

He’ll yea going to get new discs today
Yesterday I installed pads but I saw they were so ugly lol

Levi says:

do you have to bleed it?

zerodegrekelvin2 says:

Many thanks! this is a very throughout front break job for the Accord!

Danish Ajanee says:

any discount codes i can use on the website?

My Civic Si says:

Use safety glasses, please

Dj Skyattack says:

it was a good video.

Roland Gadue says:

Question? Why did you loosen the brake caliper bleeder screw when pushing the piston back in. I normally just remove the brake filler cap instead.

Scott Maas says:

Great videos, but 1A charges 2x more than everyone else for parts. Change the pricing soon; more people would buy.

Aidan Hoffman says:

Can i use a flux core welder to weld rocker panels on a truck

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