How do you change the brake rotors on a Chevrolet impala?
Remove caliper mounting bolts
Slide caliper off rotor
Disengage parking brake to remove rear rotors
Rotor should slide off hub (if peel off type)
Use a rubber mallet if any corrosion is binding rotor
If not bearings have to be removed (write back for procedure)
Are you changing the front or rear brakes - if rear are they disc brakes? Are you planning to replace the brake rotors as well? I have done 100s of brake jobs on these cars and they are a very simple design. Don't let the look of them fool you and don't be worried about ABS brakes - you won't get near the components for that system.
I don't know if you are saying you have the new hubs and rotors and still have pulsation, or if you are asking what causes pulsation. If you have pulsation on slowing this is due to warped rotors, and you need to change the rotors and the brake pads, not the hubs. Not too expensive: 2 rotors and brake pads for my Pontiac is about 55 bucks. DIY of course.
1989 jeep Cherokee front disc brakes pulling hard to one side is there an adjustment that could be made other then bleeding brakes?
change calipers and brake lines. flush brake system. measure rotors for thickness. the rotors on your particular vehicle are composite, which usually warrants replacement rather than to turn them. do all of this due to the age of the vehicle. change calipers and brake lines. flush brake system. measure rotors for thickness. the rotors on your particular vehicle are composite, which usually warrants replacement rather than to turn them. do all of this due to…