Pamela Clemons: Great video! but don't you need to measure the rotor thickness? regardless if it is smooth as silk. Thanks for doing these!
Lee Ham: Thank you for teach me saved my money great video
ED HARRY: I love you guys! Great videos for my camry!@1Aautoparts
thomas dodd: Excellent Video... very, very informative. Thank you 1A auto parts.
Javier Kim: Hi, Would the process be similar for the back brakes? Thanks in advance
Azure Williams: Do you need a lift or can you do this with a jack? Thanks!
skateboardA1: does this same procedure apply to the rear rotors ?
m109rocket: Thanks mate that was informative but there is one thing when you pump the brakes to get them back to the Disc, do you keep the brake reservoir off ?
Cesar: 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?
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.
1A Auto Parts: Yes it would be the same procedure. You should replace the brake pads in pairs. They are sold in pairs. If the rotors are warped or have grooves in them they should be replaced. We carry them on our website. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
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.
TRowe2000: Outstanding video! Thanks!
1A Auto Parts: It may be a similar procedure. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Jimmy Seminole: Thanks!
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
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!
1A Auto Parts: Normally a thumping in the pedal is from something being warped or possibly the ABS module kicking on for some reason.
Sharon G: Sir thanks so very much, I have a question. We have installed new rotors and brakes on our 2004 Toyota Camry and we are getting this excessive bumping from the steering wheel once the brakes are applied when the vehicle was tested on the freeway. Any suggestions
1A Auto Parts: If you copy and paste this code into your YouTube search zqmFOnizkWI it will show you how to bleed your brakes. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
How to Install Replace Front Disc Brake Pads Rotors Toyota Camry 92-96 1AAuto.com5
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