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    Question Signum rear pads.

    Hi gents,could anybody tell me what sort of job it is to change the rear pads on a 2006 Signum 1.9cdti.

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    Its a doddle mate, just as long as you have a rewind tool.

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    I agree, tried doing it with a rewind tool but not the official one. The handbrake started clunking (again) and luckily got it replaced under warranty. Well worth buying the right tool as my signum eats through rear pads and discs, just at 53K and looking like going onto my second set of pads and discs. I think its to do with having a larger rear bias on the braking.

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    My Signum is still on original pads front and rear. Now done 93,000 miles.

    I bought a rewind tool ready to change the pads, but they don't need doing just yet...

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    You don't actually need the rewind tool, it is possible to do it without one and save some wedge. How many times are you going to use it??

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