If it has antilock/traction control system, you have to have a professional bleed them for you.
You need: A new bottle of approved brake fluid. A box-end wrench that fits the bleeder valves. A hose that fits over the bleeder valve. A can or jar. A helper.
Take the cover off the master cylinder. It's divided in two sections. One for the rear brakes and one for the front. Make sure it's full. If it gets too low, it will suck in air - then you'll have to start all over again.
Start at the furthest wheel from the master cylinder (rear passenger side). Have your helper push and hold the brake pedal down. Now open the bleeder valve and let the fluid squirt out into the jar/can (small hose over end of bleeder valve). The brake pedal should now go down all the way to the floor. When it's done squirting, tighten the valve again. Tell your helper to release the brake pedal and pump it a few times. Next, tell them to push and hold down the pedal again. Open the valve and let it squirt out. Close the valve. Let go of brake pedal. Pump brakes . . . Keep doing this on each wheel until you don't hear or see any air bubbles coming out of the valve and the fluid looks clean.
Next, do the drivers side rear, then the passenger side front, then finally the drivers side front.
Make sure you keep checking the fluid level in the master cylinder. As you bleed the brakes, you'll have to keep topping it off.
Replace cover on master cylinder (push in the rubber balloon/Accordion things under the cover - these pop out as your fluid level gets low).
Dispose of left over brake fluid. Don't save it. Once you open a can, the fluid absorbs water and it's no good after a while.
Check brake pedal movement. It should not go to the floor and feel strong.
Check for leaks. Test drive the car. Slow at first (just to make sure).
Your ABS light may be on because you are low on brake fluid. Another reason the light may be on is because your brakes are failing.
The rear speakers are 6"x9"
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look in the door jam and you should be able to find all the gvw and the gvwr ratings they should be stamped on a plate or a sticker
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Thru the bleed valve on the slave cylinder attached to the transmission.
no the Chevy nova never came two door in a wagon
weight and brakes.
Front seating area, driver side, under dash, mounted on passenger side of steering column.
the symbol that looks like a wagon is the towing feature is turned on symbol
you have to bleed or drain the fluid
I would suggest you check follow the instructions in either a Chilton or a Haynes manual. There you will find illustrations of how the assemblies should look as well as specifications and instructions that will lead to a successful brake job.
on the right side of the engine underneath of the firewall or right beside it.
about three grand
it is the complete opposite of Chevy
91-94 is the same
Not that I have ever heard of sold in the U.S.
anything special i need to do to change rear pads on 89 pintara wagon (discs)
Go to NAPA and buy a Repair Manual.