Calipers do not have a grease fitting. The only fitting is a bleed value and this is for brake fluid to come out of when you bleed the brakes. I bet you are trying to lube the caliper pins. Simply remove the pins holding the caliper on and use the appropate brake lube. You can pick up the correct lube at you local parts store
either the wheels you put on are smaller or the calipers are bigger or even both :P
No need to rotate the front caliper pistons as you compress the front calipers. That process is only for the rear calipers because of the parking brake mechanism.
According to the "Haynes Repair Manual" there are no grease fittings, zerk fittings, on the 2007 Malibu. Back in the day, they referred to this set-up as "lifetime lubricated systems." Being from the old school, I believe you can never have to many grease fittings. Maybe because of the lack of grease fittings, a major front end suspension component had to be replaced in my 07 Malibu. In all fairness, this replacement was covered under the GM warranty and did not cost me anything.
Yes. If your question is regarding the operation of the calipers. They do operate in the same manner as the front calipers.
take the wheels off, unbolt the brake calipers and the pull them off and now you can just pull the rotors off.
Remove the wheels then the calipers. Replace the pads and press the pistons back into the calipers with a "C" clamp. Be sure to install any anti-squeek grease or shims included with the pads.
no they are sealed on newer cars,, the only time is when you have to replace ball joints then they come with a grease fitting!!
You have sticky front calipers.
the tacoma has calipers on front.
The 2001 Chevrolet Malibu has 39.4 in. of front head room.
The 2009 Chevrolet Malibu has 39.4 in. of front head room.