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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
should be a bolt where the hose enters the front caliper. just unhook and replace with new one. Be forewarned. When you change out the lines, you need to bleed the brakes as well.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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take the brake caliper off, this is the part that holds and moves the brake pads thare will be 2 bolts holding it on ,one on top one on bottom. after taking bolts loose you may half to pry the caliper up and off brake rotor. once this is done remove old pads and use a brake caliper piston retraction tool to push the piston back into the caliper. you can get this tool at your local parts store or use a C clamp with one of the old brake pads to push it back.install new brake pads and install caliper .after completion make sure you pump the brakes till you get a good pedal before moving vehicle
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
i replaced my rear lines from the master cylinder to the adapter by the rear axle and that seamed to help me. you probably have a leak somewhere.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Not much difference replacing the lines and fluids between disk and drum brakes. Huge difference when replaceing the pads. Never force the drum over the pads with a hammer etc. Make sure to take a picture of the assembly before taking it apart when not firmiliar with something. Adjust the brake tension through the site hole once the drum is over the pads.
When doing the disk brakes, make sure that you do not push in the caliper piston at it's edge. Use a C clamp placed dead center on the piston if required. Don't push it in any more than needed.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
about $50 for the chain and another $10-$50 for extra parts like gaskets and broken bolts PLUS about 3hrs to 4hrs for labor
assuming you find a shop that charges less then $100/hr you should have it done under $500
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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