You will need to look in your owners manual and maybe for an advisement phone into a Chevy dealership and ask ...... your engine size will actually have no affect in what size of pad you must use and sometimes the size will be posted on the pad that is currently installed
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Possible brake issue caused by warped rotor or sticking brake caliper. If it pulses when braking have the rotors turned or replace them. Would also replace the brake pads while you have it apart. Old pads should be the same thickness for both inboard and outboard pad. If one is thinner than the other it is an indication that the caliper is sticking or hanging up.
There is no need to bleed anything if only replacing rotors and pads. I suspect you got air in the system when trying to bleed it. Im only guessing here, I cant see what you did.
When motor is running the engine provides a power boost to the pedal. When engine is off there is no power boost, so pedal feels heavy, but does not mean brakes are working then.
1. Remove the tire.
2. Unbolt and remove the caliper. (bolts are hex, octagon, or torx and are located on the inside part of the caliper.
3. Remove old pad from caliper
4. Compress piston all the way in with C clamp, and then install new pad.
5. Re-install caliper and bolt it back on
6. Replace tire
if it is disc brakes all you have to do is remove the two bolts that go through the brake caliper. pull off the brake caliper. remove the brake bads. compress the piston in the caliper so the new pads will fit. then put in your new pads and reassemble.