Work on one side at a time but have both wheels off so you can look at a
fully assembled side as a reference. Changing the pads isn't too hard if
done it on other cars before.
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you'll need to press the pistons back in to make room for the new pads as
they will be thicker. lots of guys use a c clamp and go real slow,
pressing them back in will force the brake fluid back into the master cyl.
On ABS systems, it's a good idea to open the bleeder at the
caliper before forcing the pistons back.
Because the caliper is the low point in the system, that's where
the moisture and crud accumulates.
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