DO YOU DISCONNECT THE BATTERY BEFORE CHANGING REAR BRAKES ON TOYOTA CAMRY LXE 2009

Asked by Apr 30, 2015 at 08:22 PM about the 2009 Toyota Camry XLE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I AM CHANGING ALL THE BRAKES ON MY TOYOTA DO I NEED TO DISCONNECT
THE BATTERY?

3 Answers

69,575

If you have ABS,then yes it would not hurt to unhook it.

104,095

Not advisable if you have anti thieft, the best way is to pull the ABS fuse. I have never disconnected the battery or the fuses on any brake jobs I have performed over the years.

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69,575

I don,t unhook battery,ethier tennisshoe,but have seen issue,s with messing the ABS sensor up,by not removing the cable or as you said the abs fuse,and as long as key is not in car when you remove the cable,there will be no security issue.

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