Tools to Remove Switches on '72 Chevy Pickups?

Answer 1972 Chevy pickups were known as the last of the all-steel trucks. These Chevy pickups were all-purpose work trucks. 1972 was the first year an AM/FM radio was installed. The 1972 Chevy pickup had... Read More »

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How to Change the Brakes in Chevy Pickups?

The brakes in a Chevrolet pickup consist of a hydraulic system that works off pressure. When you apply the brakes, it sends fluid through the brake lines to the caliper. This is what makes the cali... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Lights in Chevy Pickups?

The brake lights in your Chevy pickup should be checked at least once a year. Brake light failure can happen for a variety of reasons, but with regular use, you may need to change them twice a year... Read More »

Replace Rear Axle Bearings on Chevy Pickups?

When rear axle bearings go bad they normally make a grinding or whining noise and occasionally leak oil onto the tire and brake assembly. Replacing the rear axle bearings is somewhat of a technical... Read More »

Replacement of Master Cylinders in 1997 Chevy S10 Pickups?

At the heart of the 1997 S10’s braking system is the master cylinder, a manually operated hydraulic pump. Just like a heart, the master cylinder pumps fluid through small channels. Instead of for... Read More »