Question about Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Take the wheels off..
Take the calipers off - just a few bolts..
Put new pads on calipers - they snap in place with tenssion clips..
Open the master cap and remove a little bit of fluid with a turkey baster..
Compress the calipers with a ‘C’ clamp so the caliper will fit over the rotors..
Open bleed valve on each caliper – not allowing the master to empty..
After you feel that all the fluid has been exchanged from lines and calipers –
Tighten the bleed valves - top off the master and close the cap..
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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