what tool do I need to a brake job on a 99 e320

Asked by May 20, 2014 at 07:01 PM

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I guess I'm not very up on short forms so I don't know what a 99 e320 is but to find out what you need, you need to look. Might need pads,calipers,rotors, plus tools and some knowledgeof what you are about to fix!!

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