Danny Martinez: For the multi purpose grease can i use silicone 3m paste on that bolt?
Danny Martinez: Great video! Have a question. I bought front break pads for Honda Dealer but I two break pads came with a metallic thing to put grease on back on the them but other did not. Would something happen if I put in in without metal thing and without grease.
Danny Martinez: Great! Thanks for video can i do the same for 98 civic?
Rusty Ralston: u da man tool dude
NSX 2017 1972: what about the back
Jay Banks: Great Video .....my friend I just save a bunch of money by watching your video Mr Tool Dude Tony
Southern Son: is that caliper bolt reverse thread?i cant get mine loose
Jonathan jones: Great video!! You make it easy to understand............Thanks
Kenneth Shortt: Thanks, looks a lot easier than my Navigator! A friend changed my breaks a while back and it took forever. That seems pretty simple now that i see it done. Not sure what the problem was in the past ?? Cheers
MrOriuk79: same process for a 98 Accord v6?
David Wangusi Masinde: Thanks man. Just followed your advice and did it. Keep up the good works.
Don Heston: why would you not clean the brake hardware or replace it for that matter it's like 7 Bucks thumbs down
raven lunatic: wait,so on the accord you just have to undue the bottom bolt and flip it up?? wow! i can do that,is that all??
Sky Pup: You do realize you're going to go to hell for wearing Crocs, right?
landfound: Thank you!!!
Leslie Busby: instead of C clamp to reset caliper piston use long screw driver, insert into hole on caliper & pry piston flush before removing caliper, found on fix book video BUT Tool Dude TONY's video is the easiest & BEST I'VE SEEN TO to replace pads
B Fahringer: shouldn't that grease on the caliper bolt be high temp grease?
Christiantimmy: Best brake video I've seen for this car so far! Thank you!!!
How to Replace Brake Pads on a 1998 - 2002 Honda Accord5
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