kestar blair: I jus watch a guy change mines and now I look at the video I could have did it myself because am good with my hands great video anyway
Mica M: wht size was the rotors on the back there is too different kinds 325mm or 330mm I have a 02 denail
Benjamin Ward: Super job thanks for the video
porsche1971: good job!!
Jac Catz: Extremely helpful video. Followed video and changed rotors. The factory washers broke __had to rip them off---now I have wheel and everything back on there is play with the wheel that was not there before. Did I need these washers/clips? I called GMC and they said it was only there for factory purpose only to keep rotors on. Thoughts on what this could be? This only started happening after installing new rotors and new pads---without the washers. Thanks
Adriana Ramirez: OMG!! Great video you made it so easy thank you.. You are saving me money thanks!!
Anthony B: Great vid! 2 questions. Is this process the same for the fronts? And how do i know if i need to change the rotors?Sorry. Excuse my noobness. Lol thanks!
jose martinez: Well done buddy, u save some money!!!
Florencio Garcia: Your video shows how easy it's to change the breaks by your self. It was do it my self, or pay $600 to the shop.
Thank you. You saved me $60₩
musthaque tc: Dear sir thaks for thr infirmation to replace but my car front breaik maiking sound .when i press the breik pedal .how to solve that dug dug dug sound
Darrell Anderson: I don't think I have rear rotors on my 2000 Yukon Denali....am I mistaking?!
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.
How to REPLACE INSTALL BRAKES and ROTORS GMC YUKON DENALI 20045
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