If you are changing the pads only, (which I did last night) you can remove just the top caliper lock pin and then flip it out pop out the pads, compress the caliper piston (with a C clamp, or with some channel lock pliers that are long enough to fit over the caliper cylinder assembly) and the pop in the new pads, flip the caliper back up and tighten the pin back in. Took me 15 mins each side of the car including wheel removal :)
Yes. Rotors on front brakes, drums on rear.
Remove the wheel, the calipers and the rotors, reverse procedure with new rotors.
( 2 rotors on the front ) one for each DISC brake
Have the front rotors turned on a lathe at a dealership. check brakes and rotors
You will find that the front brake rotors are located behind the front of your wheel spindle, (behind your wheel and brakes). There you will see the rotors.
The front rotors are out of round or warped, Need to have the rotors turned.
if you are driving and you go to stop, then that means that the front rotors are warped. if the front rotors are bad, you will feel a pulsation in pedal while applying brakes. change rotors on front.
Check front pads and brake rotors. You might have to change the pads.
Your rotors are warped, replace them.
The minimum rotor thickness for a 1992 Saturn SL2 is .625 inches for the front and .350 inches for the rear if equipped with rear disc brakes.
Front rotors warped or out of round. Have rotors turned and that will fix your problems.