CRM Mitchell1 2022-05-25T22:02:35+00:002005 Chevrolet Tahoe CRM Mitchell1 2022-05-25T22:02:35+00:00
- Remove calipers, clips, and bracket assemblies. Remove the rear disc brake pads and clean and lubricate the caliper slides. Disassemble the rear emergency brake components, and clean and lubricate all associated hardware and linkages. Reassemble the emergency brake assemblies, and deglaze the emergency brake shoes. Set the shoe width to fit the inside diameter of the rotor assemblies, and verify the adjustment. Replace the rear brake rotors and install new brake pads. Perform all necessary system adjustments and vacuum bleed the brake calipers. Top off the master cylinder to proper level, and road test vehicle.
- Remove the vehicles wheel in order to gain access to the passenger side, rear caliper. Remove the brake hose from the caliper and all of the braking components (hardware, brake pads, and slides) for the caliper. Remove the caliper from the vehicle and install the new caliper into position. Reconnect the brake hose to the caliper and lube all slides for the caliper. Install all hardware and tighten to specification. Clean all residual brake fluid from the vehicle and perform a full brake fluid flush in order to remove any contaminants or moisture from the system. Vacuum bleed the system to remove any air or contaminants that remain and road test the vehicle to ensure proper braking and check for leaks.
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