How to Change Brake Springs?

Answer Brake springs hold brake shoes onto the wheel hub on rear brake drums. Most vehicles manufactured in the 1990s or earlier have rear brake drums. Brake drums are used in late model cars but many man... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Change Brake Springs

How to Change a Brake Master Cylinder Without Bleeding the Entire Brake System?

The brake master cylinder provides hydraulic pressure for the entire braking system. When the brake pedal is depressed, a push rod activates the master cylinder and pushes brake fluid to all four b... Read More »

How to Change Brake Pads and Rotors on a general GM Disc Brake System?

This is a general description of the procedure involved in changing pads and rotors on a GM vehicle. First park the vehicle on a level surface, lift and support the car safely.

How to Change Brake Rotors at the Same Time As Brake Pads?

Brake pads and brake rotors are the two most important components of an anti-lock braking system. The function of the brake pads is completely reliant upon the condition of the braking rotors and ... Read More »

How to Change the Clutch Springs on a KLX 110?

Kawasaki's KLX 110 was designed to introduce younger riders to motorcycle riding, while providing a larger and faster foundation to keep the rider entertained as he grows. These attributes are also... Read More »