Naturally, he does. (Humans are smarter than computers -- they can
correctly interpret incorrect communication because humans, but not
computers, can sense the intended meaning.)
Perhaps I shouldn't answer since I don't know how to do brakes, but I
believe brake jobs are not hard once you know what you're doing.
A mouse is a device used to point at the xterm you want to type in.
--Kim Alm, a.s.r
doing your front brakes is a pretty simple job. If you don't already
have the "real mccoy" shop manual, get it. Consider if you are to have
a Ford dealer do the job vs buying the shop manual and parts yourself
equal amounts of money. The next job you do you're ahead by $$. I
replaced my front brakes, rotors, serviced the calipers, first time
job for me and it took about 2.5 hours. I'm sure the next time will be
just over half that amount of time. Brakes are a critical part of a
vehicle so they must be done properly. If you don't want to purchase
the mechanics manual then go somewhere and have the job done
professionally. If you're interested in the manual they can be
purchased from www.helm.com.
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