Mazda 6 Front Brake Pad Replacement

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How to replace the front brake pads on a Mazda 6


2007-2012 Mazda 6 Front Brake Pads and Rotor Replacement
How to change Replace Front brake pads and rotors on a second generation mazda 6 … mazda 2007 2008 2009 2012 2013 626 how to remove and install brake rotor
Bleeding the brakes when pushing the piston in when changing pads is necessary for two reasons..1) the dirtiest fluid in the whole braking system is in the caliper, when pushed in reverse this dirty fluid can clog an ABS solenoid 2) the master cylinder piston is not designed for fluid to go in reverse, this can cause the master not to work properly because the piston seal wont be seated


Mazda6 Front Brake Pads and Rotor replacement
How I replaced my front brake pads and rotors on my 2005 Mazda6s. Stupid little screws need drilling out, I broke my bit of drive remover. They are completely rusted in place. Good Drill bit and make sure to drill at a very slow speed to keep heat down so it will not dull the bit. I cooked one of mine. Hope this helps.


GET YOUR FRONT BRAKE PADS HERE!! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000…

Rear Brake Pads are HERE: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000…

Front Rotors are HERE: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00A…

Let me know if those links stop working! or if you need something else.

This video will teach you everything you need to know about fixing the rotors and brake pads on your Mazda 6. The nice thing about the Mazda is that both the Front and the Rear brakes are the exact same process. Although different sizes, once you know how to do one wheel, you can do all 4.

If your brakes are just squeaking, OR if your rotors chug a little bit when you are brakeing it is time to replace them. This video will show you everything you need to know. The whole process should only take about 15-20 minutes a tire. This video should be exactly fit to the 2007-2013 models.

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