Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2 wheel drive?
1 jack, 1 jackstand, 1 lug wrench,1 pair of channel lock pliers,1 pair side cut pliers1 3/8 or 10mm allen wrench, 1 six to 8 inch c clamp, 1 small pry bar grease,rags,.
place jack under truck same as changing tire,jack up and put jack stand under frame,remove tire,then using allen wrench,s remove allen bolts on inside of brake caliper,pry caliper off gently so as to not damage the brake pad,use a piece of wire and hang caliper so it does not hang on brake hose,then pull or pry the center hub cap off this will expose the bearingretaing nut there should be a cotter key in front of the nut,use the side cut pliers and straighten the cotter key then pull it out,remove the retaining nut and and crown washer,then pull the hub and bearing assembly off.
installation is in reverse,put hub and greased bearings on spindel tighten center nut while turning hub and tighten the nut very tight,the hub will be very hard to turn then start loosening the spindle nut and spinning the hub,holding the top of the hub push in and out if you feel it rocking on the bearings it is to loose tighten the slowly until there is no play put a cotter back in, put the small hubcap back on then using the c clamp and a piece wood put the c clamp over the back of the brake caliper and slide the piece over the piston cup on the inside to protect the piston,tighten the clamp until the piston is colapsed all the way, put brake pads back on put caliper on,put a small amount of grease on the smooth part of the allen bolts not on the threads,tighten the bolts.
put the tire assembly back on,remove jack stand and jack,
this is the important part,
1 be sure all bolts and fasteners are on and tight.
2 when you get in the truck and start it leave it in park,gently push the brake pedal down part way and let up do this until the pedal becomes firm.
3 after you drive five or ten miles recheck every thing.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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