And will pads from autozone do just fine?[/QUOTE]
Bump on the instructions, it’s not hard; you need to collapse the piston in the caliper with a c-clamp to install the new pads. If your brakes are grinding and making a lot of noise you will need to turn your rotors. If you do the work yourself, make sure you pump the brakes till they get hard before you drive your car. It’s just a precaution to take up the slack in the calipers from collapsing them with the c-clamp.
I would use at lease the lifetime pads from AutoZone or the best pad they have (metallic), if NAPA is available I would use there pads. They might be more money, but you get what you pay for. Good luck, you can do it.
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