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2012 Mitsubishi Outlander Accessories & Parts Reviews
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2012 Mitsubishi Outlander | Posted by Scott | (Chagrin Falls, OH)

I purchased the PowerStop 1-click front and rear brake kits for my '05 Subaru WRX to replace my severely rusted original stock brake hardware. 8 salty NE Ohio winters have not been friendly to my poor car. The new parts fit perfectly. The red calipers look great behind my wheels. The brake kit came well packaged and complete with all the correct parts. Once I got the old rusty bolts loose with a torch, open end wrench, hammer, and liquid wrench spray, installation was a breeze. You'll also need a bottle of new brake fluid and some caliper grease to complete the job. One trick I learned is to loosen the rusty banjo bolt while the old calipers are still bolted on so you can get some leverage. Then, temporarily re-tighten it so you don't leak brake fluid everywhere while you are replacing everything else. I followed the break in procedure down my street at night when there weren't any other cars. Bring your lug wrench on your break in drive to tighten your wheels. Mine became loose from the hard stops. The car stops straight and the brakes are quiet after the initial break in and a couple drives to work.

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