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Old 12-06-2017, 09:36 PM   #1
ebber99
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2014 X5 35i rear brake replacment



Hi,

looks like I need to replace my rear brake pads according to the sensor anyway. Will I need any specialty tools to complete this? Ive done them before on my pathfinder and altima but first BMW I have owned and I see that there is a electronic ebrake too

I have watched a couple of videos on youtube but the X5's they r showing were older models. I will replace the sensor as well seeing as though it is only $20 at rockauto, and I should probably just do the rotors seeing how everything will be off anyway. and I do feel a shim when applying the brakes going down hill.
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