Replacing A Worn Out Brake Disc In Your Atlanta GM Vehicle

You know, not every repair has to be done by your friendly neighborhood mechanic. In fact, there are some repairs we do right here at your Atlanta GM Dealer, the Southtowne General Motors Superstore. One of those repairs even a novice can do with the right tools and parts. In fact, working on your own vehicle for repairs such as changing worn our disc brakes will save you a ton of money. These days, we can use all of the help we can get, right?

A warped brake disc can make even short car trips very irritating. Every time you apply the brakes you think you’re going to lose a filling. Thankfully, it’s easy to replace your brake discs, and not at all expensive. Remember, though NEVER work on your car while it is supported only by a scissor or other emergency tire-changing jack.

You’ll need:

  • New Brake Discs
  • Jack and Jack Stands
  • Lug Wrench
  • Large Phillips Head Screwdriver
  • Dead Blow Hammer
  • Open End or Ratchet Wrench Set
  • C-Clamp

Now check out the video below for some great step by step instruction on how you can change worn out brake discs in you Atlanta GM vehicle. Keep in mind that the video is for an older GM vehicle, but the basics remain the same. Consult your owners manual and do a little more research before you attempt any maintenance yourself.

Of course, if you find that you’d rather not attempt to work on your own vehicle in this fashion, you are more than welcome to bring it by your Atlanta GM dealer, the Southtowne General Motors Superstore. Even if you suspect you may have a brake disc issue, you are going to want to get it checked out as soon as possible. The last thing you want is to incur any more damage to your Atlanta GM vehicle.


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