Front Disk pads on the 94 Buicks are pretty standard GM design. Set parking brake, Elevate front wheels and secure on sturdy jack stands. Remove wheels. Open the lid of the brake fluid reservoir. Put paper towels under it to catch overflow drips. Use a large 3/8" Hex wrench or a hex socket to remove the two bolts on the Caliper. The head is on the inboard side of the caliper where you cannot see it. Do only one wheel at a time so you can see how it goes back together. Wiggle the caliper and lift it off the rotor. Hang it from the suspension with a coat hanger wire to avoid strain on the flexible break hose. Use a large 8� C-clamp and one of the break pads to slowly compress the piston. Go slow as this pushes fluid back to the reservoir which may overflow. Inspect the rotor for grooves or rough surfaces, and replace if needed. Most rotors cannot be machined down because it removes too much metal and would reduce the heat capacity of your brakes. Rotors are not attached to the hub, just pull on them to remove. (Also replace rotor if hitting brakes causes steering wheel shimmy.) Clean a new rotor with a solvent such as BrakeClean and paper towels. Install new pads. Coat the contact points between the pads and the caliper with Locktite anti-squeal (adhesive goo) to prevent brake squeal. Replace the caliper assembly back on the rotor. This may require much vigorous wiggling of the unit to get it back into place. If it is too tight make sure you have fully compressed the piston. Lubricate the caliper bolts and replace them. More wiggling of the caliper may be needed to line up the bolts. Tighten the bolts.
Compare you work with the appearance of the other side. Repeat the work on the other side. Put tires back on. Tighten lug nuts in cris-cross sequence to avoid warping rotors. Put cap back on brake fluid reservoir. Test operation of brake by spinning wheel by hand and pressing brake. Lower car and road test, Apply brakes gently for first 10 stops.
How to change brake lines on a 1991 Buick Lesabre?
It is important to know the cost of replace the parts of a car while owning it. The average cost to replace brake pads and rotors to a 1992 Buick LeSabre as a kit would be about $300.
is it in the rear spoiler? Thru the trunk, light socket is right below rear window
Book time for replacing brake booster 2.6 hrs
How to repair brake lines on a 91 buick
Get inside the trunk and look up where the speakers are located. In the middle, there will be a plate held on by two screws. Remove the screws and plate and you will have access to the bulb.
replace line and caliper , very cheap . then bleed brakes and go.
Should be located on the brake pedal arm near the point at which the arm connects to the dash. If it has a pressure switch, it will be located near the Master Cylinder.
the antiloc brake modual is located on the lower left side of the engine compartment up by the radiator but on the fender
Small pedal on the left of the brake pedal - activates the rear brake to hold vehicle
You have warped the brake rotors. Driving fast & hard stopping or riding the brake will cause this when the rotor is hot and you are stopped with heavy pressure on the brake pedal. Replace rotors and pads.