There is only one bolt on the caliper to remove. The other pin is not a bolt. Is this model made such that once the removable bolt is removed that the caliper can then be tilted to remove the pads? The other question I have is,is the piston the type that can be compressed using a C clamp or is it the screw type needing a special tool? Thanks for you help
replacing rear brake pads on 2002 Buick LeSabre
by wrench1 in Henderson, NV on March 28, 2009
ANSWER by hemicuda on March 30, 2009
here a repair guide for your buick http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?chapterTitle=Rear+Disc+Brakes&partName=Brakes&pageId=0900c152802419f3&partId=0900c152802419bd and looks like its the piston style caliper
ANSWER by Visitor on April 22, 2010
Remove the lower bolt, rotate the caliper upward, take out pads etc, rotate down, grease caliper bolt with high temp silicon and reinstall.
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