Hi all. I've got the nice task this weekend of fitting new pads and discs on the front to cure a nasty case of wheel wobble which i've attributed to warped discs. I'm not wanting to sound like i'm blowing my own trumpet here or being big headed but i'm a pretty competant DIYer when it comes to servicing and I was just wondering if anyone could give me a brief break down of the process of changing the front pads and discs?
I'm pretty sure the callipers will be secured to the carrier by means of two bolts which once removed will give me full access to the pads and removing the carrier will allow me to remove the discs from the outer hub but I just want to confirm this is correct as some cars have weird ways of holding the callipers and discs in place... Like the Rover 600 which require the wheel bearing to be pressed out before you can change the discs!!
I've had a quick look in the "How To" section but have turned up nothing but as this is the first time i've had to touch a Vauxhall I thought I'd ask the question rather than **** the ABS up.
Thanks in advance
PS: I've got a 2000 SXi 5 door with ABS just in case that matters :?