How to Remove Caliper Bolts?

Answer Caliper bolts are designed to secure the brake caliper to the vehicle rotor, allowing the brake pads to sit inside the caliper. When the brake pedal is applied, the pads are moved toward the rotor ... Read More »

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How to Remove Rusted Caliper Bolts?

Rusted caliper bolts will make it nearly impossible to replace your brake pads. The caliper bolts hold the caliper in place. The caliper is what houses the brake pads and makes it possible for you ... Read More »

How to Remove Stubborn Caliper Bolts?

It's frustrating for the do-it-yourself or seasoned mechanic to be confronted with stubborn caliper bolts during a routine brake repair. Since there are hundreds of caliper styles and different cal... Read More »

How to Locate Caliper Bolts When Changing Brake Pads?

Brake pads are easy to change once you remove the caliper. Part of the caliper function is to conceal the brake pads. Two bolts hold the caliper in place. Finding these bolts is simple. Removal of ... Read More »

What Are the Torque Specs for the Front Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolts on a 2000 Chevy Blazer?

Chevrolet Blazers in 2000 used hydraulic disc brakes to stop the front wheels. This system employs a brake caliper that squeezes the brake pads against the rotor to slow the wheels. The brake rotor... Read More »