Question about Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata
Assuming you have disk brakes. Remove the wheel, remove the brake capalier, remove the brake shoes, check the wheel cylinder ifits scarred remove and have researfaced. You will need a piece of wood, 6 inch c clamp, antiseizing compound and high temp grease. You must force the for a lack of a better word, force the pressure items back into the capalier with the c clamp. Place the shoes back on. You may want to remove some brake fluid out of the brake resivor to keep it from overflowing, Then add new fluid after replacing the pads.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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