Replacing pads on the 94 is pretty simple. First loosen lug nuts on one wheel. Jack van up on side you loosened lugs on Finish removing lug nuts and wheel Put jack stand under vehicle in case jack falls.
Now, Remove the brake caliper by loosing the two nuts on the back side of the caliper. Mine were 1/2" head. Get somethign to set the caliper on to take tension off the hose and Slip the caliper off. Sometimes you have to tap it with hammer if rotor is worn in grooves. There is a spring clip you can undo just above where caliper sits ti helo make pads more free. Remove front brake pad by slipping in out forwards. I then usually remove the rotor which just pulls off to get to back pad becasue its hard to get off with rotor on. Rotor on this vehicle isn't part of studs jsut tap it in back to get it off. Slide back pad out forward. Take C clamp and push caliper piston back into cylinder. Put back pad on Put on rotot Put on front pad Clip spring back down Slide on caliper and put screws back in. Put wheel on and repeat for other side.
Usually on the upper end of the brake pedal
Pads only --approx. $30.00
After the proportioner valve, there is one for each wheel.
Yes. The brake calipers are side specific.
Just above the brake pedal. The switch sets against the arm of the pedal.
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, Push brake piston in with a wedge against rotor, remove brake caliper. (two 10mm bolts) Take brake pads out and fit new ones in, - replace caliper, replace wheel.
Replace the switch under the dash. First remove the cover, then find the switch mounted neer the brake pedel.Remove the wiring plug then disconect from the bracket.
try the brake switch on the back of the brake pedal
How do i replace brake lines on a 2000 grand am
It is just above the brake pedal. The switch rests against the brake pedal lever.
Sorry, we can not do diagrams. - See Haynes Manual.