How to Change Cavalier Brake Shoes?

Answer The Chevy Cavalier uses rear brake shoes instead of a caliper and brake pad design for the rear wheels. Brake drums are easier to maintain than caliper assemblies, but they do not have the clamping... Read More »

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How to Change the Brake Shoes 2004 Chevy Cavalier?

The brake shoes on the 2004 Chevy Cavalier are located inside the brake caliper on the right and left front brake rotors. The rear brakes are drum brakes. The front wheels will need to be removed f... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Pads on a Cavalier?

Replacing the front brake pads in a Chevy Cavalier will be more frequent than replacing the rear brake shoes. The front brakes compensate for 75 percent braking power for the front-wheel drive vehi... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Pads on a Chevrolet Cavalier?

The brake pads on your Chevrolet Cavalier should be inspected at least every 12 months or sooner if necessary. The brake caliper on your Cavalier has an inspection hole on top. Use this hole to mea... Read More »

How to Change the Center Brake Light Bulb on a 99 Cavalier?

The Cavalier popped onto the automotive scene in the 1982 model year as the much-needed replacement for the "Vette" -- the Chevette, that is. The initial Cavalier came fitted with an 88-horsepower,... Read More »