Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
Supposedly these knobs are just mounted by pressure, so they should come out by applying pressure towards the outside, but they will not come out and I am afraid to damage the knobs.
THE KNOBS DO JUST PUSH ON, BUT SOMETIMES THEY ARE STUCK. USE A SMALL PLASTIC SCRAPER BETWEEN THE KNOB AND FACE ,GENTLY PRY OFF WORKING YOUR WAY AROUND A LITTLE AT A TIME
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, on rear wheel disc brakes, the pistons have to be turned in clockwise, and you need a special tool to do it, or you have something strong enough to put in the slots and turn it, but just turn them in far enough to get the new pads to slide over the rotors.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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