2002 Chevrolet 2500 HD Silverado Rear Brakes And Rotors




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blam7: Thanks for sharing.

Calvin Cannon: Cool video 

Earl DaSquirrel: if the rotor/drum combo are stuck on, disengage the parking brake, so the brake shoes inside the rotor had can back off and you can just slip it off... of course, your front wheels are chocked also there's a star-wheel adjuster access hole in the backing plate just above the axle... usually coverd by a rubber plug a very short handle flathead screwdriver can be inserted there and you can back off those brake shoes from the drum/rotor combo other than that, & not showing that you re-lubed those sliding caliper pins... not a bad video!

Steve Halley: great video, thank you

bluepoint45: Thanks for the video, reason I came on here was because I didn't how to remove top caliper bolt, little did I know I don't have to!!

1957Panman: Excellent Video. Thanks for the Tip on the top bolt. (Just did my rear brakes.) On 2004 they change the Caliper bolts (from Torx) to a 16mm bolt.

Terry Gulliford: Thanks for the good job on the video. I was "that" guy who couldn't figure out how to get the second slide bolt out so I put off changing the rears. Your video showed me how to get around that and then it was easy.

Scott Ares: good video... Do you have any videos for how to replace the LCA on a 2004 2500hd silverado 4X4?? thanks

John Lee: Excellent video. Thanks for the refresher. I am fixing to change my pads and rotors now. I knew how, but this vid was a great refresher. Thanks again

Kevin McNeese: wouldn't hurt to put some brake/caliper grease on those pin bolts before re-inserting.

Kevin McNeese: consider pinching the break line before pushing the piston back into the caliper and use the bleeder valve to release the fluid. Doing so prevents the chance of pushing contaminated fluid into the master which could damage the ABS.

L Sevelle: This is an excellent video to watch before taking on this job. The only thing he does not mention is that the caliper bracket bolts can be tough. You need to use an impact socket and a long breaker bar. Otherwise a very good video. 

Kevin McNeese: Notice how the caliper bracket moves when he removes the pads? He may have already loosened them before filming. Those bolts are indeed very tight and tough to break.

Blaze Kush: talk about uneven wear

Tungsten23: 1 question. why does my 09 silverado only have drums in the back and discs up front? got anything for rear discs?

Belo83: what are the torque specs on both sets of the caliper bolts?

bfgivmfith: Thanks Man!

Auto Parts Direct To You: @waste9000 Thanks for the question, Your vehicle has "Lug Nuts" which need to be loosened before taking the wheel off. Once the lugnuts are loosened, jack up and support the vehicle, once it's up in the air, continue removing the lug nuts. Once those are off, the wheel and tire assembly will come off. Good Luck!

Auto Parts Direct To You: @azzman71 at about 8:45 in the video you can see the setup we used to push the caliper pistons back in, we did use a c-clamp and old brake pad.

ruhernan_tech: Great tip on taking off caliper ... very informative unlike other video's that are just plugging their company and show nothing.

jabird73: I heard the sound of a calibrated elbow @ 8:36. Was a good video, but please inform people of the extras that you didnt do.. like checking the guide pins for corrosion, re-greasing them, because you got them out already and should really put some blue or purple loctite on caliper brackets. go ahead and spend the extra 10 bucks and get some new pad clips if the ones you have are corroded. GM's pad clips suck and have for years. Great source for early wear that shows itself as false bad guide pin

Auto Parts Direct To You: @Tungsten23 There are only 2 minor advantages that I can think of when it comes to Drum Brakes,, 1) The brake shoes last longer than rear brake pads. 2) Parts are usually less expensive for Drum Brakes. Other than that, I personally prefer disc brakes to drums. Thanks!

Tungsten23: @ADPTY, thank you for the reply. idk man if i knew it was a factory thing i would've opted to order it. But mine is a LT trim and from what i've seen they put 2 drums in the rear of tahoes, saburbans and the yukons. 1 more question bro, is there any true advantage to drums?

Allan Canty: if you have to ask where to jack the truck up, you have no business working the vehicle

Joseph Upali: Thank you very much! nice video

TheDurnans: That rubber boot needs to go up over the lip on that T-55 bolt/pin. I put new boots on when I did mine and the boot didn't go over the lip on the pin as easily as yours did, but you used the old boots. There are aftermarket hex head bolts that will replace those T-55's. Mine were corroded and I had to take my whole caliper off and put it in a vise to get my bolts out. I twisted a 3/8 inch drive impact socket getting those bolts out. You made this look easier than what I experienced.

WIZARDOFMIDWEST: Great video dude!!! Covered all I needed to know.

jtclays: Great tip on getting the top caliper pin off, there's no way to get a torx socket back there. As others have said, those caliper mounting bracket bolts don't come out so easy. I broke 2 18mm sockets doing it. I think the severe wear of the rotor is because it so difficult to even get back there, and people just ride them out. Great trucks when running correctly, but a bear to work on. Lots of hammers needed! Fantastic video.

Auto Parts Direct To You: It's jacked up underneath the rear end where the leaf spring mounts. The jackstand, although you can't see it, would be positioned right next to the jack head.

irish89055: great video.. tell Interstate Batteries ya want a new hat...

Dan Fall: @fallguy100000 After the 4 footer to break the bolts free, I still used a 16" bar about 3/4 of the way out. I've never experienced any bolt removal like it. All of them were this way...it was a yellow colored adhesive they used @#$#@!!!!

valencia20990: Thanks for your help..

1Patient: Thanks, appreciate comprehensive video, liked your trick with the Pin Bolt removal behind leaf spring...

reddog9401: why would someone drive their vehicle that long, causing their rotor to look like that?

supermotopilot1: Nice video, thanks

Dano1945: Couple of things worth mentioning. You guys did not put any anti sqeal compound on the pads or break grease on the caliper bolts. You also did change out the break fluid. Just sayin'.

okpues77: Good video, thanks a lot.

Auto Parts Direct To You: @nacho210210 Hi David, Honestly it is not on the books at this time, but the parking brake shoes are not too difficult. The proper procedure is to remove the rear axle shafts to get the parking brake shoes off. But it is possible with a little prying. (You can pry the parking brake shoe straight up over the axle)

evilkid28: I couldn't really see how you jack-up the rear to get the wheel off; could you show how and where you placed the floor jack and jack stand? Thanks

uradzfisher: great video. appreciated how you fast forwarded thru some of the sections like ratcheting a bolt. I ready to geterdone! I also like the trick with the leaf spring bolt, and using the old pad with the c clamp....seems like common sense but it's not.

ReturnPrivacyNow: This is an excellent tutorial! I had never done the rear brakes on my 2500hd. I bought it used. I only looked at this to see how to remove the rotor. But, I wish I had watched this before I took it apart, as you really had some great tips, especially about the top pivot bolt. Keep making these tutorials, it is REALLY appreciated!

waste9000: How did you get the tire off?

Joseph Upali: oh btw, should i grind those edge of the pads, to make little loose?

hp11208: is this the same for a 02,1500

miranda2003ful: Just the answer I was looking for. Thanks

Dan Fall: Thanks for the video, mines a 2004 Chev 2500HD. I pulled the caliper with the guide pins, and didn't know your trick. I also couldn't get the rotor off. I'm going to pound on it more in the morning when I can see and maybe put a little PB on it tonight. I really liked the video because I wondered if I needed to take the hub off to get the rotor off and that would have been a big nitemare, so thanks, again...very, very grateful for the video. Dan

MrChevynut91: i herd ur comment under your breath when u were trying to pound the rotor off lol... its that a bitch

419MrSmith: Maybe there are some and I just can't see them lol. Cool vid man!

mrexecutive1: Great video, Thanks!

BMWer50: This video is great. I have a 2003 1500HD..and although the hub is different..the brake change is the same. This saved me a lot of work...especially the tip about the caliper top slide bolt. How about a video on doing the front discs?
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