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 DIY 98 Integra Brake Pads?

Answer The 1998 Acura Integra is fitted with front-wheel anti-lock disc brakes. The brakes are composed of brake pads that work in conjunction with the front-wheel brake rotors to slow and eventually stop... Read More »
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How to Change Integra Brake Pads?

The Acura Integra (sold as Honda Integra in some markets outside of the U.S.) was equipped with four-wheel disc brakes on all models. The setup is a generally more expensive but universally more ca... Read More »
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How to Replace Integra Brake Pads?

The Acura Integra's brake pads can typically endure 25,000 to 35,000 miles of driving before needing replacement. The pads have a metal backing with a semi-metallic material making up the pad's lin... Read More »
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How to Remove Rear Brake Pads on an Acura Integra?

Honda launched Acura as a separate luxury brand in 1986, and the Integra was the first model off the production line. The Integra has disc brakes, which wear down over time due to the extreme frict... Read More »
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How to Change Rear Brake Pads on an Acura Integra?

Brake pads are an important part of your Acura Integra's braking system. They are the replaceable friction pads that pinch the brake disc when you step on the brake pedal. You should replace the br... Read More »
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