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I’ve done videos on rear caliper replacement in the past but this one is specific to the RL. It could also be used for the Legend going back to 91 as it’s pretty much the same vehicle underneath. To be honest this isn’t terribly exciting however it does show some basic techniques that will work on other vehicles especially the part about pinching off the brake line before opening the system. This can save you a lot of time when you goto bleed the system when you’re done, it also helps keep the mess on your floor down. I know there may be some controversy over reusing the washers but experience has taught me that this MAY be the way to go for you. Keep in mind I’m not saying that YOU have to do it the same way this is just the way I choose to do it and up to this point it hasn’t been a problem.
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