Question about 1998 Saturn SW
Jack up car, remove wheel. take 2 bolts out holding caliper to caliper bracket. take old pads off, compress the piston until its flush with the caliper with a c-clamp. new pads on, grease the caliper bolts and bolt it back on. put wheel on, lower jack.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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