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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jun 17, 2009
it has front and rear disc brakes, disc brakes are very simple to change out. Most disc brakes have two bolts that hold them on, one on the bottom one on the top on the inside of the brake caliper, they may be an allen head, or just a bolt. Remove them counter-clockwise. After you remove the two bolts, lift up and away on the caliper and the whole assembly will come off. Once you pull the assembly off you will see the two pads, one of them is driven by a piston, the other one is fixed. Remove the fixed one, they just pop off (have little metal clips you may have to slide the pad off). Take a C-clamp or something comparable to squeeze with, place it on the back of the caliper and on the old pad thereby squeezing the cylinder back into the piston, once you squeeze the cylinder back into the piston, it will give you room needed for thicker new brake pads. Piston should retract with the c-clamp fairly easy, shouldn't be a whole lot of resistance. Remove c-clamp after you get it to retract and remove old pad. Put new pad on, just like you took the old ones off. All four are basically the same to change out, they all have two bolts holding them on. You pull those, get the pistons to retract and replace the worn pads, put them back on, line up holes, put bolts back in... and your good to go. When you get back in the car and turn the key on, you may have to pump the brakes a few times.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
I have removed my lower right ball joint nut jacked up the truck by the lower control arm and used the pickle fork and it still will not seperate. what next?
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Hello m1..... Here is the link to this alarm manufacturer including manuals, etc. If this site does not answer all of your questions, click on their contact icon and speak directly with their technicians. http://www.xlsperformance.com/cars_alarm_starter.htm
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Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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Have you checked the polarity of the Generic unit. There will be a symbol on the GPS where the power is plugged in which will state whether the outer of the plug is positive or negative, make sure the symbol on the generic unit matches this.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
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