brendanlivi: Yeah smells like propane ...tank you very much I really appreciate that you always answer n help everybody tank you very much and I'll check that ...👍
brendanlivi: How you doing my friend ... I have a 2001 gmc Denali and like a week ago on the back of the truck start it smelling like propane or gas something like that and it's only smells when I'm driving... If you have any answers or if know what could be ...I'll really appreciate if you can help me this problem ...
juanjohnism: Slid pins
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?
Eric Don: Thanks for the video. Did my first set of brakes yesterday and this video showed every step. Very helpful.
Robert Farmer: Good job from a DIY guy without power tools.
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
christopher peterson: Awesome video man
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.
TinyandReba: Great demonstration! Thank you for sharing!
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!
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 them? Thanks
ADAM HENSON: 2007
ADAM HENSON: Are these the same as on a Escalade?
Monica Martinez: Do I need to "bleed" my brakes or something during this process??
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
How to REPLACE INSTALL BRAKES and ROTORS GMC YUKON DENALI 20045
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