Mazda 3 Rear Brake Pad Replacement Install (2007-2013). How to replace brake pads on a 2011 Mazda 3. Our buddy Jared has a Mazda3 which badly needed rear brake pads. We show you how to change brake pads as well as demonstrate how to use a brake piston compression tool!
This job would be a lot easier for someone not working on a car that is exposed to salt. Rust impedes your ability to remove bolts and disassemble parts.
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-7mm Allen wrench
-Large Flat Head Screwdriver (for prying)
-Brake Piston Compression tool (rent from local auto shop)
-Needle Nose Pliers
This process applies to the following years:
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