Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo LS
Take a screw driver and depress the piston by prying the brake pad against the rotor. Then take the caliber off and replce pads , then simply re-do step and reassemble caliber.The only problem you may run into is the caliber has to be pushed and turned at the same time. if so you will need a special tool to do so.
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