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You are going to have to pry it over the axle on one side of the park brake shoe assembly with either a pry bar or screwdriver. then just pop the new one back over the axle in the same way. Hope this helps
i found the service buliton on this problem straight from GMC, bulletin No. 07-08-44-008 this is a recall issue and you need to go to the dealer to have them resolve.. i was locked out of your other question please rate this with the other one you have up... thank you Dave
A lot of the electronics need resetting. Disconnect the radio(easier to just do it at the battery and restore power after a few minutes and let the computer reset) see if it resets the audio system. Otherwise you're looking at a remove/send in for repair and or replace the head unit. Its a nice radio but at the cost I just replaced mine with aftermarket. Depending on system you have(Bose-amplified or non-Bose ) you will need a Metra GMOAS-04 or 01 to retain warning chimes. I can get them cheap...let me know which way you want to go? Good luck!