Remove wheels Re-install 2 lug nuts to hold rotor in place Loosen 2 caliper mounting bolts Remove l caliper mounting bolt to allow caliper to swing giving access to pads Remove front pad Use "C" clamp and rear pad to retract piston into caliper Remove and replace rear pad Replace front pad Swing caliper back into place and secure PUMP BRAKE PEDAL TO RESET PADS AGAINST ROTORS
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/caliper and remove the old brake pad. Put in the new brake pad, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire, and lower the car.
remove the wheel. on the back side of your caliper there are to slide pins that you need an Allen wrench to unscrew. unscrew them until they wont screw any more then pull them out. the caliper will be loose and the brake pads just pull out. slap your new ones in and reverse your steps and your good to go.
remove the entire dashboard.
remove the screws from the black bezel surrounding the headlight, remove the bezel, remove the screws on the headlight retaining ring. pull headlight out, reverse for installation
Remove the caliper assembly. There should be a couple of circular clips on the lug studs. Remove the clips and the rotor should slide off.
If I'm not mistaken, 14mm for the caliper bolts, 17mm for the caliper brackets.
well you can change the entire rear hatch with that of a trans am's but I dont think it would be worth the the money to convert the car into a trans am style car.
you usually have to take apart the entire dash to get to it
The 1989 Pontiac Firebird oil sending unit is located on the bottom of the engine. You will need to remove the oil pan in order to access the oil sending unit.
With a BFH ( Big Friggen Hammer)
Should be at the lower rear end of the engine Remove the - battery cableRaise and support vehicleRemove wires from starter solenoid at top of starterRemove starter mounting boltsRemove starter
There are a few posts as to the answer to this question. You need to remove the serpentine belt from the alternator, unplug the electrical connections from the back, remove the mounting bolts, and install the new alternator. Hope this heps.
Should be of the "peel off" type remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Remove and support caliper remove rotor
3rd Gen also. Follow the directions for a 91 & 92.
Remove wheel loosen and remove flexible brake line to caliper Remove 2 mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor
remove wheelremove brake caliperremove rotor
Remove caliper, then caliper mounting frame. Works on most vehicles.
Considering that there is no such thing as a Ford Firebird, I would say its impossible. I'm guessing you're trying to say either a Ford Thunderbird or a Pontiac Firebird. And both are VERY different to take out
Lift car, remove wheel, remove caliper & caliper bracket (bolts in back near strut). Give the rotor a wack with a hammer if it's stuck on the hub and remove it. Reverse to install.
Remove the wheels and remove the 2 14mm headedbolts from the caliper and lift caliper from brake pads www.lextechautomotivellc.com
No fasteners holding rotor on. But you must remove caliper and caliper mounting bracket first.
You need to remove the wheel, the caliper and the caliper mount. After you do that you can remove the caliper.
Jack up front end, remove wheels. Use Allen wrench or Allen socket to remove 2 pins holding caliper on . Remove caliper by sliding it off the rotor. Remove pads from caliper. Press piston back into caliper with c clamp. Replace pads, reinstall caliper and pins.
You can replace the ignition lock cylinder in your 1994 Pontiac Firebird without removing the steering will. Remove the retaining ring at the top of the ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out.