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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
after caliper removal, just replace the pads. the pistons will need to be pushed back into the caliper if they wont go back in, you will need to twist thenm to the right as you are pressing them in. then bolt it back together. after you are done get in and depress the brake pedal 1/2 way down ONLY, keep pumping half pumps until you get a firm pedal. then ck the brake fluid level, it should be full. if any brake fluid is spilled or the master cylinder is wet, rinse clean with water.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
you should be able to find these at any parts store. autozone. com has a listing of $25-62 each and can be shipped to you.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
if i recall correctly about a 30 - 40 minute job its mounted on top of the engine so easy to get to. theres just a couple of nuts and bolts to remove alternator along with wiring on the back of it. JUST REMEMBER TO DISCONNECT BATTERY EARTH LEAD FIRST then reconnect when new alternator fitted, ensure alternator drive belt is tensioned correctly also. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
Your car should have different shocks from most cars, with the magnetic, electrical charge viscosity change. Be sure that the shocks are actually not functioning correctly.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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