How To Install Repair Replace Front Brakes Jeep Grand Cherokee 99-04 1AAuto.com




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Mitch Smith: Thank you. WD-40 is a marginal penetrating oil and is not a lubricant. Just my opinion.

Ed Hall: Great video...thanks. One thing. If you have a dry, sticking slide, then you should probably check the other one...it may not be far behind the sticky one....and it's so easy to do when you have everything disassembled.

And, thanks for demonstrating how to correctly torque your bolts.

Thanks.

Janice Simone: Would have been nice if the bolt head and socket measurements were in MM instead of SAE, as auto manufacturers haven't used SAE in a couple decades.

Ricardo Torres: thank you

Sigs ZJ: what if I have a seized caliper. how can I fix that or do I have to get a new caliper

Jay Burke: awesome video thanks

Gabriela Heredia: Great job.Just saved me big bucks on repairs.

Kyle: thank you guys, this video was very helpful. for some reason all 4 of my bolts were 11/16 though

sisu: Very helpful. You guys do a great job of generously serving the public.

Virt Nav: great video

Casey James: Where can I find the caliper bracket bolts you take off at 4:00 (time)? I'm trying to find them everywhere and no one can help me out. I greatly appreciate the help.

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Terrathrax: Thanks for the video. Gives me some confidence heading into my rotor replacement.

1A Auto Parts: You have the Akebono set up with the clips. After you remove the clips, the rest of it should be fairly similar to the video shown. We carry great brake pad ans rotor kits for your 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee on our website with free shipping. 1aauto.com 888-844-9939

ChildHoodHorror: I have a 99 Jeep grand Cherokee Laredo and it looks a lot different than this

1A Auto Parts: HI De, We didn't have that set up on this Jeep. If you haven't taken apart the other side yet you should be able to refer to it, to see how it goes together. When working on brakes its a good idea to do one side at a time so you can referance the side that's together if you need to. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393

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1A Auto Parts: HI Sam, Thanks for watching.

Sam Davis: i freaking love you guys....have used your video's for my wife's honda to replace her alternator and ignition coil. now used them to replace calipers and rotors on my 2002 jeep! love you guys!

1A Auto Parts: If it's more of a squeek noise you could try to put some anti-squeek lubricant on the back of the brake pad. It's available at your local auto parts store.If it's a whistling noise you may want to check to see that everything has been installed okay.

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