How to Change 1998 Honda Accord Rear Disc Brakes?

Answer The sixth generation of Honda accord sedans and wagons were equipped with four wheel anti-lock disc brakes. Previous models were fitted with the rear drum brakes, but the 1998 Honda Accord employed... Read More »

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How to Replace Rear Disc Brakes in a Honda Accord?

Replace your Honda Accord's rear disc brakes easily with the basic tools you can find in the average person's toolbox. The only special item needed to replace the Accord's brakes is a specific asse... Read More »

How to Change the Disc Brakes on a 2005 Honda Accord?

All four sets of brakes on the 2005 Honda Accord are disc brakes, located behind each wheel. A small, thin wire on the outside brake pad will grind on the rotor once it is time to change the pads. ... Read More »

How to Change the Disc Brakes & Rotors on a Honda Accord?

The rotors on a Honda Accord and the disk brakes will commonly be located behind both front wheels and on some newer models on the rear wheels as well. The rotors will be secured to the axle of the... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Disc Brakes on a 1998 Taurus?

Prior to the 1990s, rear brakes were primarily drum-style brakes, except on premium vehicles. In 1998, the Ford Taurus came with optional rear disc brakes. The rear brakes on a vehicle are only res... Read More »