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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After you have removed the caliper from the caliper mounting bracket, remove the pads and guides. Make sure you have fully depressed the caliper's piston fully then you can start by putting the little guides back in then reloading the new pads back in the caliper. Be sure to use some caliper grease on the caliper mounting bolts (the bolts that hold the caliper in place). If you don't use grease on these mounting bolts, your caliper won't slide right and you can have uneven wear on your pads. This could easily cause overheating. Once you place the caliper back in the mounting bracket and tighten the caliper mounting bolts back down tight you are all done. Put your wheel back on and tighten the lug nuts and you're done!
MAKE SURE WHEN YOU FIRST START THE TRUCK FOR A TEST DRIVE AFTER INSTALLING THE BRAKES, YOU NEED TO PUMP THE BRAKES BACK UP!!!! IF YOU DON'T YOU WILL START DRIVING AND HAVE NO BRAKES!!! PUMP YOUR BRAKES ABOUT 10-15 TIMES FULLY OR UNTIL THE BRAKE PETAL SEEMS FIRM. ALLOW THE BRAKE PETAL TO COME ALL THE WAY BACK UP BEFORE PUMPING THEM AGAIN.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: Rotor Replacement
no, ignition rotor thank you for responding to my question but I have figured it out!! Thanks though. All I have to do is pull it straight up and out with force!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Straight forward job. Remove wheels, remove 2 caliper bolts per wheel, check bolts,and bushings for wear/corrosion and lubricate, remove calipers, remove brake pads, push caliper pistons into calipers, replace anti-rattle clips, put new pads in, put caliper and bolts in, put wheels on. Start truck and press brake pedal several times to take up slack and you're done.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: 1989 Dodge Omni Stalls out
A sparkplug wire may have been loosesed or disconnected or damaged.
If you can't find it then wait until late evening when it's dark.
Open hood and start the car. You will see the sparks from the damaged/loose sparkplug cable. Don't touch it while ignition is ON. It will shock you!
If you "disconnected" any sparkplug wires when you replaced the oil pump, then they were not put back in the proper firing order.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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