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jack up frt end. remove wheels. take note of how the brakes go together. do 1 side at a time so you can use the other side as a referance. remove caliper bolts. use a c-clamp to push in caliper pistons. remove old pads. than remove caliper bracket and rotors.dont be afraid its not a big deal. make sure to check brake fluid level and pump the pedal when the job is completed.
you will need a C clamp a 12" pry bar a hammer + a male hex socket
or allen wrench if memory servs 5/16 3/8 or 10mm
I don't know how your C clamp is compress the calipar piston this way
remove the 2 female hex bolts at the top + bottom of the calipar by
inserting the proper allen wrench + give it a tap c clockwise remove bolts take pry bar + pry back at top of cal. wiggle it free + remove
outer pad place c clamp top to back of cal. DO NOT TOUCH BRAKE
HOSE BOLT OR FITTING screw end of clamp to inner pad + turn until
cal. piston is compressed remove inner pad save retaining clip if not
provided id new inner + outer pads put retaining clip on inside pad coat
contact points on back of pads with hi temp silicone + reverse procedure
Disc only!!! Remove rear tire. Remove 2 calipar bolts. Hang calipar. Don't leave hang loose. Slide rotor off. If stuck you must adjust the emer. brake, Going around the back side of the backing plate on the bottom. Remove the rubber boot. Using a brake tool or screwdriver adjust the star wheel adjuster to remove the rotor.
This is just like any other vehicle to change out the caliper. Almost all brakes are the same when it comes down to it. The only difference is the way certain companies either install them or the way they work. But on the Blazer it is really simple and can be done by just taking your time and doing it like you have done before