take it to a shop
normally you shouldn't have to,unless you've disturbed the hydraulic side of them
Its easy it takes 5min. there is two spring clips that hold the pads in place. First remove the one closest to the pad it holds the pins in place, then pull pins change pads put back. Your done.
with a 14mm wrench
Brake pads worn or dirt lodged in brake pad
My '95 galant s 2.4 has an electric fan with 2 fans. Not sure if you need to change the pulleys on them.
The disc brake pads usually last 40,000 to 50,000 miles under normal conditions. The rotors should last for 2 brake jobs unless they have been run metal to metal.
Its in the distributor
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
how to change third or center brake light on Chevy beretta 95
It can be easy to change the brake rotors. Lift the car, remove the tire, brake shoe and rotor, put on the new rotor, replace the brake shoe, tire and lower the car.
From inside the trunk.
You can get a distributor's wiring diagram for a 1995 Galant online at places like The Galant Center. You can also find the diagram at Mitsubishi Motors.
Not unless you also change the wheel hub. This might require a complete rebuild of the rear axle.
First you have to take the calipers off. Then compress the piston and lift the caliper off. Then you pull remove the springs to get the pad off.
how do you release pressure from emergency brake on 95 crown vic
I need to see the brake diagram for a 95' cadillac sedan deville
on the brake pedal lever.
95 Brake PadsMost disc pads change the same way, whether it's a Buick, Ford, Toyota ,Etc. 1st,block up car so you can get tire off.Find bolts that hold calipers on & remove.Take caliper and put somewhere as not to have a strain on brake line.I usually tie it up to coil spring with wire.Take outside pad out (sometimes they are held in place with clips). Open hood,remove lid on brake fluid reservoir. You will have to push cylinder back to where it goes,watch level of fluid-don't let it over flow.I use a 10.00 brake tool that makes this very easy. It just pushes on inside pad with a bolt . You can do the same thing with a C clamp or large pliers. Replace inside & outside pads with new ones (make sure you have right ones-they should look just like old ones - same shape, same size. Place caliper back over rotor,grease bolts with brake grease , insert where they belong & tighten. If you have a lot of brake dust you can spray off with brake cleaner(before new pads are installed.)Put tire back on and torque to spec's. Most tires that I've dealt with torque to 90-100 foot pounds.Do other wheel the same. Check fluid level, replace cap. Push on brake pedal to reset pads where they belong. Hope this helps. Its a lot harder telling someone how to do this than it is showing them.
The small clips do not go on the pads, they go on the caliper. The 4 identical ones fit and clip onto the square cutouts to guide the pads. I got that far, but I don't know how to attach the low warning clips, the thing that squeaks when it's time to change the pads.
Change in steps Get a Turkey baster and syphon brake fluid from master cylinder and refill with new Every time oil is changed Take out the moder cap, and then pour in the fluid.
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