Toyota Camry Front Brake Pad Replacement

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How to Replace the Front Brake Pads on a Toyota Camry

Here is a couple of videos that will help you see how to
change the front brake pads on a Toyota Camry

2012-2015 Toyota Camry Front brakes remove and install
1/2 breaker bar
3/8 ratchet
14mm socket
14mm wrench
17mm socket
Caliper piston depressor
Brake 3M anti seize
Brake 3M silicone paste
Brake clean
Rags or towels

Brake pads
Brake rotor

Torque specs:
28 ft. lbs – Caliper bolt
79 ft. lbs – Caliper mounting bracket bolt

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Front brake pad replacement Toyota Camry 2005-2006 install remove replace how to
Front brake pad replacement Toyota Camry 2006 install remove replace how to change pads
The caliper set up is the same, so this should work for those other vehicles as well, like
Toyota Solara 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Toyota Avalon 2005, 2006, 2007
Toyota Sienna 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
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Remove & Replace Front Brake Pads & Rotors 96-01 Toyota Camry
Here, I show how to remove the front brake pads, and rotors on a 99 Toyota Camry. The brake procedure would be the
same for all Toyota Camrys between 96 and 01. This is part 1 of 2.

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