mikep3501: thanks for the Video. I have a 2004 Camry LE would the process be the same
and do you have to bleed the break fluid lines?
Nat Funk: I would suggest cleaning the hub with a wire brush before installing the
new rotors. Also, clean and lubricate the caliper slides (14mm bolts) to
prevent the caliper from seizing on the slides.
flippy101: Thanks for this, very clear video & explanations!
1A Auto Parts: @nicolasforand Yes, that's called a torque wrench. You twist the end of the
handle to dial in how much torque you need. There are also numbers that you
turn the dial to, so that you get the correct setting. Hope this helps.
ediboy zee: Thank you so much 1aauto.. i just did my front brakes, my next project is
my drum brake, hope you could help me on this one too..thanks again!
1A Auto Parts: @DuayneHoward You do not need to bleed the brakes unless they are really
spongy after you change the pads or if they are rock hard. Either situation
may indicate that there's some air in the brake line.
Louis Minville: this video helps me a lot!! thanks
1A Auto Parts: You should make sure that the brake pads are securely in place and fully
functional before attempting to drive the vehicle for any distance.
1A Auto Parts: When you press the brakes on the highway and the car starts to shake, if
you feel it in the brake pedal more than likely the rotors are bad. You may
also want to check the steering to see if anything is worn out, such as the
ball joints, tie rod ends and also the steering stabilizer links. If any of
those components are worn you may feel a shake in the steering wheel but
might not feel it in the brake pedal. Hope this helps you out.
Mena Basaly: Hi there, I was just wondering whether or not this would work on a Toyota
camry sportivo 2005 ? I'm not too good with cars, so I was just wondering
:) Also, are the rear wheel brakes a similar process?
1A Auto Parts: Harbor Freight always has some decent tools that are fairly inexpensive.
Here's a link to their website. That should allow you to get the tools that
you need for the job. Hope this helps you out. harborfreight com
1A Auto Parts: It may be a similar procedure. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: @basadrum Thank you for checking us out. Glad we could help. Have a great
Bas Gutten: thank you
kvnmrn87: Thank you for the video. I went to the mechanic to check on my breaks that
were making noises. I was gonna pay $175, but then i decided to do it
myself. Its not as complicated as I imagined it to be. Thank you !!
Bob Snake Plissken: Excellent ( 1A ) video. I need to replace my front pads on my 2004 camry
but don't need rotors. Can I remove the sliding pins on the bracket without
removing the caliper bracket in order to lube them?
indratracy: Why won't anyone show in DETAIL how to install the anti-rattle springs, and
what are the four "spring clips" that came with the replacement pads? Can
someone send a link or show me these things.
1A Auto Parts: No problem at all have a great day!
1A Auto Parts: All brake rotor installs are similar in that you need to remove the caliper
and bracket to access the rotor. The 2003 model year Camry might have a
slightly different bolt sizing as well as different positioning of
everything compared to the 92-96 model years.
sailorj703: Are there any clips or screws needed to take off the rotor once the clamps
are removed? I didn't see that in the video, but I know some cars require
an extra step. Also, is that spring necessary for the pads? Thanks for the
Jimmy Alfaro: Thank you sir, great video! You truly helped.
Abdul Kadir: Would this video be applicable to 94 Camry? Also, if I don't hear the
grinding sound, is it likely my rotors don't need replacement? Lastly, is
it two brake pads per wheel and is there a way I can know which wheel needs
brake pads replaced (as to save time opening all the wheels)? And what does
it mean to bleed a a brake? Thank you.
michellev7676: is it necessary to remove both caliper bolts if only replacing the pads, or
could i just loosen the top, remove the bottom, and rotate up?
metallicafannick: thank you
Drew Thomas: @kylebennett6 You can hear when he's tightening the lugs for the brake
disc/rotor and the caliper loud pops or clicks, those designate that you've
reached the preset limit set on your torgue wrench before tightening.
Atleast that's how my friend's torque wrench works, I'm assuming his is the
1A Auto Parts: @marceemoo Thank you for watching, we offer some great repair parts for
your vehicle on 1aauto.com
domnic0: How many ft pnds of torque for the 17 mm bolts on the bracket? It is not
said in the video. Thanks. I found the answer. It is 79 ftlb. Thanks.
TS O'Grady: I waited too long to replace my pads, and one of the little springs got
worn down. When I did replace the pads it just fell out. Do I really need
that spring, or is it only there to tell me when I have worn down the brake
pads? It seems to drive and brake fine without that spring. Thanks for the
1A Auto Parts: @jareds1007 We may have removed it from the original brake pad, then
transferred it to the new one.
1A Auto Parts: @Majortom71 The basics should be the same such as how to collapse the
caliper and unbolt it from the knuckle.
Carrie Koo: Is there any difference on the 95 V6 which has abs and 15 inch wheels?
Scott Casavant: can't believe the auto shop wants $300 for this. thanks so much for this
theBlakeBennett: is the install process very different or any more difficult for a 2003
1A Auto Parts: If your application didn't have it in place when you took the brakes off,
then your particular year may not have had one. You could always double
check this with the dealer. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Adnan Abdul Moneam: To be honest, I've looked over similar videos for changing the rotor for my
camry 99 model & they were all good but you were expert alot & i liked your
work was great & motivated to do it. I've few question to ask before
deciding to bought new Rotor: 1) When should i change the rotor? (what are
the symptoms) .
Scott Barton: Do you have a video for a 99 Camry?
1A Auto Parts: @tsogrady I'm not sure what spring that you're referring to. If you have
rotors on the rear they should come apart like we show in the video.
nicolasforand: @kylebennett6 on the tool he is using there is a place to setup how much
pressure you want it to be I think and when you hear the TIK TIK sound you
reached that pressure.
Medude24: Short and sweet, this video told me what I needed to know about changing my
pads and rotors. All in all a very simple process! Thanks for the vid.
1A Auto Parts: @michellev7676 Yes you would need to remove both of the bolts.
AnnoyingTheTriangle: I always turn my rotors OR replace. At least check them with a micrometer
to make sure they are in spec.
velox0302: Would it be ok to use a 3/8 ratchet to loosen the bolts or do I have to use
a 1/2 ratchet? Also do I need to spray any brake fluid? Thanks
lexusfan100: would it be same on a 2000 lexus es300. and also do you have to worry about
any brake fluid pipe or sensor to remove?
1A Auto Parts: @velox0302 A 3/8 ratchet would be fine to use. If there's brake fluid on
the rotor you should clean them off with brake cleaner.
Jimmy Seminole: Your instruction is very helpful. Thanks a lot! I replaced the front brake
pads for my Toyota 2004 Camry but I did not find the v-shaped string called
Brake Pad Drag Reduction Clip. Some other videos said that Toyota Camry had
that clip and I even got it from the Toyota dealer store. Is that only for
the later model of Camry? Thanks!
PovertyPointCustoms: Great informative video, thank you for sharing!
ShemaHim153: thank you very helpful
1A Auto Parts: @sailorj703 The video is specific to the 92-96 Camry.Everything that you
would need to do is included in the video.
mike nakama: Great information
1A Auto Parts: @TheCollegeguyman The procedure should be pretty much the same.