Look Up: Thank you for attempting to teach us on this. I think it would have been a great help if you had proper lighting. I heard everything just couldn't see anything you were referring to. Unfortunate.
yang song: Thank you for your video. I know that i only need to take off the bottom two 14mm bolts. I will do the job on my 2002 camry LE 4 cyls soon.
shinzantetsu: i have a 2003 camry,ive done a brake job once on a 94 accord.The rotors and pads are very worn out so i bought some rotors and pads.hmm might give this a shot again...doesnt look difficult at all.Just wish i had my own garage/driveway with much more tools.Thank you for this video!
corgLLC: thank you for the comments
corgLLC: some expensive pads include the clips, some cheaper ones don't, you need to talk to the supplier. You don't need to change both front and rear at the same time. Yes different process to change front and rear.
SirEdriss: The Clips/Tabs should already be on the old ones. If someone else trashed the pads with clips on them you will have to buy new ones.
One word of advise, if you are getting new pads, get the Toyota ones and make sure it is not the TM model which a discounted OEM brand. They suck, always squeal and grind. its not worth the $30 savings. Also you will need to new shim kit which is about $50 from Toyota here in Vancouver.
I don't have a video, but these guys have done a great job.
RF John: So do we have to get the clips separately or? I am planning to change my 2003 Camry brake pads first time and wanted to find out. Do we also change rear and front at the same time or? Are there different process to change front and rear or they are same?
Jake Colbert: hard to understand you... English not very good but it's a good video...
corgLLC: Thank you for your comment.
SirEdriss: Good Video. Thank you!
I can confirm that on the 02-06 Camry the wear indicator clips DO NOT come with new pads. Not even the dealer ones I always get. Viewers should note that if any of your pads looks like the ones on the drivers side that these guys took off, the rotors should be machined, and it is always a good idea to open the brake fluid reservoir cap to let off the pressure easer when pushing back the piston.
Godofwar530 I am: Very helpful videos. You need a lot more views on these.