Can't get rear brake bolts loose on 2000 cadillac el dorado
Have replaced front disc brakes of 2000 cadillac el dorado, having problem getting bolts loose on rear brakes...with all the sensors, etc., what should i do and especially not do to get the bolts loose
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Disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. Make sure that you repack the front bearing's with wheel grease before finishing the job.If the front rotors and or the rear drums have a rough brake pad surface,get them resurfaced before installing new brake pads or brake shoes in the rear. you can go online or your public library for complete instructions on how to replace the brakes on that vehicle.
Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery. Remove the the strut tower brace. Disconnect and position the ignition control module assembly out of the way. Remove the solenoid purge valve.Remove the inertial plate screws from the blower motor. Remove the inertial plate from the blower motor.Disconnect the connector from the blower motor.Remove the blower motor screws and remove the blower motor. The brake rotors should clean up on their own after using the brakes a few times.
northstar? is located on driverside wher the water pump is right infront of the radiator. it has 2 10mm bolts holding the thermostat in place. the engin coolant temp sensor is located on the driver side on the motor towards the fire wall
NOTE: When removing the rear brake disc (2C026) in this procedure it is not necessary to disconnect the hydraulic lines. Remove the rear disc brake caliper (2552). For additional information, refer to Caliper in this section.
Disconnect the brake hose.
Disconnect the rear wheel brake hose (2A442).
Remove the copper washers and plug the brake hose.
CAUTION: Do not remove the guide pins or guide pin boots unless a problem is suspected. The guide pins are meant to be sealed for life and are not repairable. Use Silicone Brake Caliper Grease and Dielectric Compound D7AZ-19A331-A (Motorcraft WA-10) or an equivalent silicone compound meeting Ford specification ESE-M1C171-A for re-lubing the caliper slide pins. Other greases can swell the guide pin boots, resulting in contamination and accelerated corrosion or wear of the caliper slide pin mechanism. Remove the rear disc brake caliper (2552).
Remove the brake caliper bolts (2W303).
Lift the rear disc brake caliper off the rear disc brake caliper anchor plate (2C220).
Inspect the rear disc brake caliper for leaks.
If leaks are found, disassembly is required. Refer to Caliper in this section.
NOTE: If the rear brake disc binds on the rear parking brake shoe and linings, remove the adjustment hole access plug and contract the parking brake shoe and lining. Remove the rear brake disc.
CAUTION: Use a hub-mount brake lathe if necessary to machine the rear brake disc. Measure the rear brake disc, and resurface as necessary. Install a new rear brake disc if beyond specification.
well you could have several reasons for this problem. you could have a bad belt in a tire. it could also have a loose ball joints, or drag link this apllies to the steering linkage. it could be a warped rotor. or it could be that the hub is a little loose. I would suggest jacking the front od the car and use jack stands to support it. take the wheels off and start to inspect all those items i just mentioned. if the wobble feels like it's in the rear of the vehicle do the same there as well. i would do this as soon as possible . a severe wobble could lead to a bad situation if not taken care of. please rate this...thanks