Question about 1993 Suzuki Sidekick
Cannot change front brake rotors. I am able to remove the caliper but the bracket that holds the breakpads cannot be removed...
The brakets can be removed by removing two (2) fairly large hex head bolts on the back side of the wheel assembly. Apply a small amount of WD-40, but do not get any on the other brake parts. Using an extension pipe on the handle of a 3/8 inch rachet you should get enough leverage to break the bolts free. Make CERTAIN you are using a snug fitting socket to avoid rounding the hex head bolts, or you job will get twice as difficult. If all else fails you can spot apply some heat to the bolt head, and then try loosening the bolt again. Avoid heating up any grease areas or rubber parts. I generally use a pipe extension that is about 12 inches in length, as opposed to just the short rachet handle.
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