In this video, we learn how to inspect and replace rear brake pads. Test your brakes out while driving to see how well your brakes perform. First, check your fluid level for your brakes inside your car and make sure it's full. Now, lift the car up and remove the tire and bolts. You will now use a brake pad thickness gauge on your brake pad to see if it needs to be replaced, or if it's still good. If they need to be replaced, remove the parts and bolts, and put the new brake pads in. After you have these installed, replace all the parts back onto the car and make sure to tightly replace all bolts as well. When finished, test out your brakes on the road and enjoy having a safer ride!
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