Question about 1998 Chevrolet Lumina
Pads and rotors are easy. You will have to take the tire off. There will be two bolts on the back side of the calipers. You will need a large allen wrench to remove them. Once you get the calipers loose, you can swap out the pads. The rotors will slid off the axle itself without having to take anything else loose. When you put the calipers back in place, tighten the bolts you removed. After you get everything put back together, make sure you pump your brakes till they get tight BEFORE and AFTER you start your vehicle. You need to test your brakes out before you drive off. The bolts are self tightening.
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