after you take off the tire there are two bolts that connect the caliper to the wheel bearing loosen those up and the caliper will comne right off once you have done that then you have to depress the caliper so that you can get the old pads off there is a c clamp that you can find at any auto parts store that will help with that after you take off the old pads put the new pads in make sure that you slide them in the right way and then just reverse everything that you have already done.don't forget to take the lid off of your brake fluid reservoir so that you donmt get air in your lines
First of all, Do you have any specialty brake tools? Ben
how do you replace head lights on my 1999 oldsmobile alero?
I have a 99 grand am and I am tring to replace the brakes on the front of my car but when I go to put the brakes back on the caliper wont line up wheats wrong with this? How do I fix this?
how do you replace the oil pump
disc brakes - front and rear
In my 1999 Alero, it did this and it was traced back to the power steering pump going bad.
i need a diagram on how rear brakes are assembled
front or rear
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The amount varies depending on how much work needed to be done. If you only need to replace the front break pads, it may only cost you $150-170. If you need the front pads and rotor/disks replace, it may cost you from $275-350. The rear break cost a little less than front brakes specially if you have drum brakes. Since you have front wheel drive, often rear brakes are okay and just need cleaning and adjustments.
How do you change rear wheel bearing on 1999 alero?
when it brakes
Where can I find a diagram of a 1999 Ford F250 front disc brakes before I attempt to install them?
Yes, the '99 Durango has front brakes. Pretty standard design. Try searching the replacement procedure. Or be more specific in your question...
It could be that the rear brakes are not functioning properly; leading to the front brakes having to compensate. That is, if the front ones are going out much quicker than the rear. I believe that the front ones just naturally wear faster than the rear ones On a light truck the front brakes will do up to 75% of the braking.
Are parts interchangable from a 1999 alero to a 2001 alero
what does the engine light on the 1999 olds alero mean
If it is 4x4, you have to replace the whole hub
no egr valve on 1999 to 2001 2.4 alero