How To Replace Front Rear Brake Pads Rotors 2014-17 Mazda 6

How To Replace Front Rear Brake Pads Rotors 2014-17 Mazda 6

This video will show you how to replace and install the front and rear brake pads and brake rotors on a 2014-2017 Mazda 6.


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Net Worth says:

I recessed my rear caliper pistons on my 2015 Mazda 6 and they were both clockwise turn to recess back into place. I also used the Lisle 28600 caliper tool which fit perfectly and attached to a standard ratchet. Good video and was very helpful.

v art says:

excellent video my friend happy to subscribe

Nano Champagne says:

Thanks. Huge help. Stay blessed.

Jeff Mitchell says:

Hi guys your video was the best unfortunately there is nothing for a 2014 Mazda 3 that includes the rear caliper piston adjustment that you show on the 6 can you tell me if the same instructions are good for that model also ?

alan4657 says:

Just a friendly reminder to whoever comes along looking to know how to do the rear breaks. The method shown in this video is ONLY FOR 2014/2015. The 2016 and newer have an electric parking break and the car must be put in "service mode" before taking off the calipers.

Pat F says:

I have a Mazda 6 like this. I am constantly changing pads on it. I've tried ceramic instead of semi metallic, Ive tried different rotors, etc… I can probably do this job eyes closed at this point…

Great video as usual! Real pros 🙂

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