Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
Generally, turning the wheels either hard right or hard left will produce needed clearance when trying to remove mounting bolts. Are you using a socket and ratchet, or a end wrench? Sometimes it's necessary to use a end wrench.
Be sure to not OVER TORQUE the bolts when doing the re-assembly. If you have any doubts about torque values, purchase a vehicle specific repair manual from your local auto parts store (Pep Boy's, Advance, Auto Zone, O'Reilly's, etc.) and you'll find the needed info.
Also be sure to adequately clean the pad holders, caliper slides, pins, etc. and lube as required before re-assembly.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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