juanjohnism: Invest in a $20.00 torque wrench from harbor frieght. Also just buy a 2
foot pipe to put over the wrench to unloosen the caliper bracket bolts.
Never beat on a wrench with a hammer. Also you should have put anti seize
on the hardware groves where the pad ears go. You missed the most critical
part you did not grease the calioer slud pins, that 70 percent of the cause
of worn braje pads.
SOULSafeProductionZ: Dude, that was an awesome video! I didn't know what I was in for, but you
just simplified everything for you...Do you happen to have a video where
you the front?
TehButterflyEffect: Thank you for the informative video. I would like to point something out
for anyone watching this video:
The little washers that hold the rotor on are not essential. They are there
to hold the rotor on while the vehicle is being assembled in the factory.
If you use a pair of pliers to twist (break) them off, you will not be
Eric Don: Thanks for the video. Did my first set of brakes yesterday and this video
showed every step. Very helpful.
RW Long: Appreciate the video. I have heard that it's a pain in the ass to change
your own brakes because you have to bleed the brake lines. Is that not
correct? When would you have to bleed the brake lines? Obviously if you
change a brake line but is there any other time relating to brake
maintenance? Thanks agian
kruff39: Did both back brakes and caliber brackets today thanks to your vidoe, mines
is a 04 yukon, like u siad the hardest part were those caliber bracket
bolts, I had to use a huge hammer that was made out of hard rubeer on the
head , after a few knocks they came off, thanks again.
Marc Curry: Thanks for the video. I did my rear brakes today on my 2004 Escalade EXT
and the video was a huge help! Thanks for sharing!
Mark Cherry: This is a great video... Can you let me know what the part number is for
pads and what rotors you purchased and from where? My steering wheel is
vibrating and I am going to try and replace the rotors and pads sometime in
the next couple of weeks.
juanjohnism: Slid pins
Robert Farmer: Good job from a DIY guy without power tools.
kruff39: great video , doing mines this weekend!
TinyandReba: Great demonstration! Thank you for sharing!
christopher peterson: Awesome video man
Monica Martinez: Do I need to "bleed" my brakes or something during this process??
ADAM HENSON: Are these the same as on a Escalade?
brendanlivi: You should make a video about the how to change the transmission oil LOL
...I like all your videos their really good n look pretty clear.. :) tank
you for doing this
David Hoke: well that did not go as i planned at all.................. the truck fell
onto the street with no tire on the hub . rotor vs cement
Norman Classen: I attemtpted to remove my rotors and they seem to be stuck. Mine rotors did
not have the lock tabs yours did..Am I missing something? I tried banging
at them and nothing. I removed the center cap that my rotors have also. Is
it possible for the rotors to get rusted stuck? If so, how can I remove
BlownNitroPontiacFan: At 6:55, you say "and these DON'T hardly ever need to be replaced."
Nice grammar, Cletus.
Dadadecimi: Really, helpfull easy step by step
video and sound quality was excellent thanks!
Brian Deppen: Thanks for the video...very useful when changing brakes and rotors on 04
Burban, although the calipers had T55 torx head bolts...what a pain! Other
than that all was the same between the two vehicles.
MYWHTTRK03: So i don't need to purged! !!!!
BlownNitroPontiacFan: At 6:20, it shows "FRONT BRAKE ROTORS."
Iriatv: What size ratchet do I use to remove bolts from the caliber?
I'm working on a 2003 Cadillac Escalade. On my 2001 GMC I used a 3/8 hex
head but does not work on my 2003 Escalade
Jake Heard: Your videos were super helpful and appreciated. They helped me on my 06
yukon denali. Thanks!!
ADAM HENSON: 2007
MYWHTTRK03: I don't need to purged? ???
Bill Alicea: Hi, I replaced the front rotor and pads and bleed the front brake lines
only on my 2004 GMC Yukon Denali XL and all seemed to go well but now I get
a message on the dash that says "service brake system" and Stability
control is currently deactivated. I did not have this message before the
brake job. Truck seems to brake very good. What can I do about this
Aaronwhitaker11: Would this work on a 2000 Yukon xl 1500
kruff39: great video
jack smith: Thank you!!
tubemcg: Hey man, thanks. You just saved me $200. Great video!
TheRykerDane: yes they are about the same. I have a video for the front brakes as well.
Just check my channel to see it. hope it helps you and thanks for watching!
TheRykerDane: only if you disconnect the brake line from the caliper. But when changing
brake pads and rotors you do not need to do this. Just make sure that your
reservoir tank cap is off to relieve and pressure. Thanks for watching!
TheRykerDane: Great! Its a lot easier to do when you see it done first. Thanks for
TheRykerDane: If the brakes are squeezing by themselves, it is possible something going
on with the ABS system. A relay fuse maybe. Otherwise if everything is back
the way it was not sure. You could have something wrong with your brake
lines, there could be air in them and they are not responding how they
Steven Vollmer: Short, sweet and to the point! Excellent instructions, thank you. I'm
working on my 07 Tahoe so it's a little different, but this was very
helpful. I like how you're doing it at home in the driveway just like I am.
No air tools available.
Oscar Peralta: Is it the same thing whether it's anti lock or non anti lock, when it comes
to the rotor on how it looks? Or the fitment?
TheRykerDane: yes it is is. If you have 2002-2006, they should all be ABS. Brake
components and fitting should be the same. Just make sure you have the
right parts for your year yukon. Thanks for watching!
Jose PEREZ AYALA: GOOD JOB MAN THANKS
woungaga: Great video man...also it s a good idea to pump the brakes a few times
before you start driving so the pistons can push the pads against the
TheRykerDane: Thats great! Yep mechanics like to charge at least 300% more than the job
actually requires. Glad you saved some money! Thanks for watching!
Hack Amore: Okay, I found out it's called a trailing arm.
TheRykerDane: Thanks for the info!
TheRykerDane: oh ya, they can be on there really tight sometimes. It really helps if you
have a long handled socket wrench for more leverage. Good job on getting it
done. Now you can spend the money you just saved on something else!
John D: The way EPA and the vehicle E-Checks are going in only certain counties in
northern Ohio and maybe all of California, I'll bet they're thinking of
charging a tax on dust from brake usage.
joe mo: Nice video. Thanks
the man: Great video, my question is, is it the same to replace a 2005 cadillac
TheRykerDane: oh thats too bad. I hate when things don't work the way they are supposed
Lherrerajr78: Great video.. We need more like this.. !
How to REPLACE INSTALL BRAKES and ROTORS GMC YUKON DENALI 20044.8
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