You will need a jack & stands and properly sized ratchets/sockets (a little trial and error tends to do the trick). A wire clothes hanger, C clamp, and a small bucket also come in handy.
Loosen the bolts on the wheels.
Finish removing bolts and wheels.
On the back side of the caliper are some bolts - spray down with PBlaster (a stronger WD40 type spray), let set, then remove bolts.
Prepare to remove caliper (should slide off) - this is where the bucket or wire hanger come in handy - either rest the caliper on the overturned bucket, or use the wire hanger to hold the caliper on the spring (or other convenient suspension bit) - you do not want to put tension on the brake line.
Remove pads - note the orientation of the clips, if there are any.
Remove rotor (if you're changing that as well). Some rotors can use a "magic bolt" to help the removal process - screw the bolt into the vacant hole in near the center of the rotor, and leverage will do the trick for you.
Get a BFH if the rotor won't come off.
Reverse the process to bolt everything back up.
The c-clamp comes in handy if the caliper pistons have extended while you've been busting your knuckles.
When done, drive to a secluded parking lot (or other large area) and go easy on the brakes. Bed the pads and rotors per the instructions.
The spindle is what the wheel bolts to and the brakes attach to.
How do I replace rear brakes on a VW Polo GTI
yes you can get a kit to convert brakes
disc brakes , front and rear
i need a diagram on how rear brakes are assembled
just replace the rear brakes
how to replace rear brakes on 1972 f600
On a Ford Explorer : 1991 to 1994 model years have ( drum brakes on the rear ) 1995 and newer models have ( disc brakes on the rear )
Sorry no , the 1992 and 1995 both have front disc brakes but have different part numbers for brake pads , rotors The 1992 has rear drum brakes , the 1995 rear disc brakes
rear brakes need adjustment srar wheel froozen
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the rear brakes are DISC
Rear brakes do not have to be replaced too often. It's really hard to tell without looking at it. What you can do is to replace front brakes and test drive it, if you feel that your car brakes works just fine you do not need to replace rear brake shoes.
There is no adjustment on disc brakes. Replace them.
To replace the rear brakes on a Volvo 850 you must first remove the old brakes. Then connect all of the wirings to the new brakes including the brake fluid line and the connection for the brake pads.
What should it cost to replace rear brakes, drums and rotors, '96 Volvo 850 GLT.
u do it
On a Ford Explorer : There are disc brakes on the front and ( starting with the 1995 model year ) there are disc brakes on the rear also ( instead of drum brakes on the rear )
replace rear brake hydrolics
no you do not.
you replace it
Fucx You Bitck!
The brake caliber is sticking if it has rear disc brakes. The rear wheel cylinder is sticking if it has rear drum brakes. Replace both rear units and then drain all the old brake fluid out of the system and replace it with fresh fluid. Bleed the brake system.
No, they do not. This applies for the model years 1999-2001
The rear brakes on a 2001 Monte Carlo are replaced by removing the rear wheels, unbolting the calipers, and taking out the old brake pads. The new pads can then be installed and the brakes reassembled.