Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
Jack the vihicle up and put blocks,remove wheels and undo bolt on the caliper,make sure to push piston slowly back to open enough space for new pads,fit new pads and do the same other side.if brake fluid overflows from the resouvoir dnt worry,just clean with water only as brakefluid reacts wiv pait,make sure you pump the paddle before driving off,it may feel spongy for a short while not to worry.
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