It depends if it is the front or rear brakes. Most likely if it is the front brakes you need to take off the front wheels then unbolt the two bolts on the back of the calper. Then you need to remove the caliper and take the brake pads out. After you do that you need to get a c clmp and push the caliper piston back into the calpier making sure that you take off the cap to your brake booster so it will release any fluid back into your resevor. After you have pushed the piston back in to where it is flush with the edge of the caliper, put the new pads back where the old one came out and put the caliper back on the rotor. After that bolt it back up and replace the wheels and reservor cap. Then the last step is to pump your break pedal. That should do it for you. If you have any questions you can e-mai me at any time and i will try to answer any questions you have. Im but i cant explain how to change your drums that are on the back in writing, i would have to talk to you on the phone or something. Ok later. I hope i helped you.
Its me again i didnt read the question correctly. Its was the back brakes that you needed help on. Well you would have to e-mail me that way we can get in touch. Sincerely willie
how to remove back brakes on a 2002 Chevy surban
First id have to get my back brakes on your Chevy 2500 silverado.
how do i change back brakes on a 1991 toyata corolla
use autozone.com or go to autozone and you can get a print out of how to change your back brakes.just make sure you get oem pads or you will have a lot of trouble down the road.
If there a 16in wheel or bigger yes
Take it to a professional
Watch how you take them off and put them back on the same way. Then you have to bleed them since there drum brakes
true you do not need to remove the caliper to change the brakes. how evever they are removeable. you should be able to loosen one bolt on the caliper and flip it up to remove the pads.
I need help on fixing my back brakes on my 1997 sunfire
By the hissing noise it sounds like you need a new brake booster
This question needs to more specific. Disc or drum? Front or back?
more infoAre you talking about front or back? The front pads are easy to change. The rear may require a little more work and some special tools. what kind of special tools