quick brake question

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So I need to replace the front pads, they are on the wear sensors. I plan on upgrading to 100 series pads and new rotors next year and so was planning on just slapping in a replacement set from autozone or napa or wherever. If there is nothing else wrong with the braking system (they work great just making noise) should I need to bleed the system?

Thanks

Sean
 

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Howdy! NO, not unless you are having other issues, like a soft spongy pedal. I use a c-lamp against one old pad to open up the caliper to the max so the new pads wil fit easily. Watch out for overflows at the brake master resivoir, as all that fluid has to go SOMEWHERE. BTDT. John
 

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