Question about 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche
No, you shouldn't have to take anything off **** the calipers, they are held on by 2 bolts in the rear, The whole caliper thing is on a slide so that it can move, remember this when removing and replacing, sometimes you have to lock the nut behind it to get the bolts off, some don't, also, the new pads will need a wider opening between the piston, check to make sure they are not self adjusting, they will thread in or out, and if not then take a giant C-clamp and s l o w l y,,, mash the pistons back in, if you do it fast, you will have brake fluid gushing all over the engine. Hope this helps.
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