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Brake problems.. How do I replace my brake pads on my 1991 Isuzu rodeo

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The brake caliper is not sliding back and fourth to allow for the new shoes

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I am not tryin to be smart but might i suggest the procurement of a chilton repair manual from your local auto parts store or online. It is not a difficult job but i prefer to have a manual for every car i own. It would be very difficult to walk you thru this step by step.This manual will save you money if you like to do your own maitenance. About 30.00

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Isuzu rodeo brakes will not stop vehicle


check brake pads for thickness and discs for condition (both sides). Have it taken to an accredited brake shop for a full evalution of why the system has failed.

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Could be that your rotors need to be turned (milled) to take out some of the unevenness. the pads on my last brake job never seated correctly and did not stop smoothly. I would have them checked for both conditions. If a shop did the work and this is what you got, they should fix it for free.

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Sounds like it is your hub bearings.  Jack the car up and check for play in the hub bearings.  More than likely this is your issue and the bearings need to be replaced.  Hope this helps.  Thanks for an honest rating.

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My car did the same thing, mine was the fuel sending unit in the tank. Replaced it and it's been fine since. Do you use the Emergency brake on a regular basis? If not it's probably just stuck and that is causing the light to stay on.

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