How to Replace Rear Chevy Brake Pads?

Answer Until recently, most Chevrolets were manufactured with only front disc brakes, but back disc brakes were offered as a factory option. Disc brakes have two brake pads that press against a spinning b... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rear Brake Pads on a 2005 Chevy Impala?

While rear brake pads don’t do as much work as front pads, they still wear out over time. The pads press against the brake rotors, forced inward by the calipers every time you put your foot on th... Read More »

How to Install Rear Brake Pads in a Chevy S10?

The S10 is Chevrolet’s small pickup truck designed as an economical alternative to the full-size Silverado pickups. The S10 has four-wheel disc brakes, complete with single-piston calipers in the... Read More »

Changing Chevy Rear Brake Pads?

Chevrolet rear brakes use hydraulic calipers and friction pads, on most late models, that can deteriorate. The pads are a semi-metallic or ceramic material designed to thin over time, requiring rep... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Brake Pads on a Chevy Silverado?

Replacing the rear brake pads on the Chevy Silverado is a common repair. When the truck first integrated rear disc brakes, the position of the caliper allowed road dirt and debris to contaminate th... Read More »