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Er, why do you need a single pad? And no to Renault, some citroens may do, but they only sell them in sets of 4 anyway.
 
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It's imperative you replace all 4 front pads at the same time. I can not stress how awesomely dangerous it is to not do so. With a few exceptions, a set of pads from pug don't cost much.
 

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It got a full set in 2007 ish, I had to change passenger strut about 9 months ago & changed the pads whilst I was in there as they were fairly scuffed.
But this set on the drivers side have been in since 2007 and are DONE
 
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No, no, NO! Change all the front pads at once. Serious chum, the last thing we want is you dying, and a brake imbalance is a good way to do that. It's just horrendously, ridiculously, laughably dangerous to change only one side.
 
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