you have to turn the pistons at the same time you push the pistons in
Equalizer valve not allowing fluid flow to rear?
no it has dic brakes
The minimum thickness specs are stamped into the rotors.
were abs anit-lock brakes system
Remove lower caliper bolt (actually the upper one is a pin), lift the caliper, replace pads. The clips and the bracket might however need some cleaning.
Bleed the master cylinder.& then rebleed the system.
best to replace it then bleed the brakes
It probably does unless it was ordered special with disc's on the front.
You have to remove the calibar which is removed by the two pins that is held on by the two pins on the calibar. Most times these bolts are 3/8 heads Allen wrench. Then the calibar should lift off.
Its a suspension package... sportier suspension basically, with better brakes and a better cooling system too i think. This is right from a service manual. RPO code FE3 stands for Sport Suspension System
It could be the brake fluid reservoir is low and is telling you that the brakes need attention.
for 85 oldsmobile toronado what is the bleeding sequence on the brakes
It could be a few things hub bearings, brakes, ball joints or possibly the CV axle. I would have it checked and then fix the problem at home if it is within your ability.
ive got three ways that might help 1) see if it says abs on the brake pedal 2) check the owner's manual 3) find something that you can slide on such as ice snow or maybe gravel (not sure where you live) and slam the brakes if they lock up then you dont have abs.
really crappy pads and a easily ruined rotor...and more bad stuff.. nik
They certainly should do. If not, the vehicle should not be driven until they function correctly.
The brake pads on an Olds Sierra are a wearable part. When replacing brakes it is better to change both fronts or both rears at the same time.
When a 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass makes a loud, moaning noise in reverse it is possible that the reverse gear in the transmission is getting ready to go out. The braking system should be looked at too, because of the vibration.
Depends on if you have 4 wheel disc brakes. If ya do.. its rotors, if not its drums. I would assume, however, since every cutlass I;ve owned has had 4 wheel disc brakes, that yours would too. Look through the holes in your wheels, and see if there's a metal disc or not, or if you want to be sure, see if it looks the same as the front.
Doubtful if a 14 inch wheel will clear the brakes.Doubtful if a 14 inch wheel will clear the brakes.
like disk brakes
you need to check the switch on parking brake try to unplug