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2000 Chevy: wheel drive..Replace rear brake pads.I..pins

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2000 Chevy Silverado,XXXXX 16 in. wheels. Replace rear brake pads.
I have turned the 2 slider pins, (hard to break free), but they will not come out,
to remove the old pads. Are they suppose to come out? Or do I have to remove
the two large bolts on the back to take off the whole assembly? Thanks
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  kalamykid replied 6 years ago.
Yes they should come out. Try spraying them down with wd40 and working the bolts in and out to get them to come all the way out. If they do not move freely then your brakes will not function correctly and will wear out faster then they should.
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