Auto Zone, Checker, Pep Boys, NAPA or any other reputable auto parts dealer will sell the appropriate brakes for your Saturn. Note that according to DOT regulations it is illegal to sell any brake or suspension parts that are of inferior quality to the OEM parts. You're actually quite safe if you buy brake parts from a reputable supplier.AnswerThere are different quality of brake pads available that exceed OEM specs. Some are asbestos free, some are more aggressive resulting in shorter braking disances but worse rotor wear. Some are cheap, some make noise, some include anti-rattle clips, some don't. I have found Bendix to be pretty decent myself. I wouldn't worry a lot about wear into the rotors as they usually need to be changed at the time of the pads anyway. On my vehicles, I never turn or machine them. The shorter the braking distance the better. In short a customer asked a particular in the shop about the worst case scenario. He replied " You went too far when braking, hit a school bus full of kids and had your name plastered in the morning papers".
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To replace brakes effectively, you need to know what type of brakes you have. In general, you will need a jack, new brakes, a wrench and Allen wrenches.
to remove the front brakes you need a 7mm hex socket and a 10 mm hex socket
Yes, you do.
what kind of oil does my jeep cherokee 2000 need?
It is possible for the brakes to lock up on a 2000 Chevy Venture when in reverse because the brakes are not working properly. Perhaps the brake pads need to be changed.
first you need to check your brakes 2000 vehicles dont have front drums, they have disk brakes
A 2000 Saturn LS2 with the V6 3.0L engine requires 5.0quarts of engine oil.
Saturn made more than one car in 2000 so you will need to be more specific! The s-series motor will not fit in an l series car though if that is what you are asking.
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You need 7 mm Allen key
Brake servicing can mean a number of things. It can mean your brakes need to be replaced, or they need to fixed up, or simply cleaned. Basically an kind of service involving your brakes.
It depends on the kind of brake pad you buy, but it goes by miles. Some brakes need to be replaced after you have put 10,000 miles on them and some don't need to be changed until 60,000 miles.
two 1/4 inch diameter pins need to be driven out (toward the middle of the car)
you might need to refill the freeon
On the engine block, directly in front of the driver. You need to get to it from underneath.
No special tools needed.
THe brakes rarely need to stop. But the brakes can be used to make the bike stop.
Brakes are expensive if you need all new brakes. Expect to pay in the hundreds. Depending on your car and how many brakes need servicing.
Common mechanics tools.
As with all brakes, you'll need a wrench or ratchet and socket.
Call your local Auto Part store.
It's telling you the brakes need attention. Have a trusted garage check it out now!
yes, i need new brakes