Can somebody give me a step by step direction?
It has 4 wheel disc brakes which I know is easier than drum brakesHow to replace disc brakes on Pontiac G 6?http://revver.com/video/392436/how-to-re
http://www.ehow.com/how_2116778_replace-How to replace disc brakes on Pontiac G 6?There are few things that are easier to do than disc brakes, and more money-saving. $15-25 for a set of pads, appropriate wrenches, A PAIR OF JACK STANDS, two blocks of 2x4 or bricks or whatever to safely block your rear wheels, and you're ready to go. You should probably have a manual, though. and you will have to be careful to notice and memorize where and how the few parts go. Please follow the safety recommendations in the front chapter of the manual. They're important. and the manual will tell you if you need any unusual tools. I had to remove two rusted screws to get the rotors off, and found that an impact screwdriver ($10--parts store.) and a hammer worked wonders.
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db667089 says: you can check http://www.alldatadiy.com. For about the same price as a Haynes or Chilton's repair manual, you can have online access (for a whole year) to model specific info for your particular vehicle. This is the same info that repair shops use. They have great wiring schematics/diagrams.
Also, for about $15 for a one-month subscription, you can get the factory manual, downloadable (careful! Mine was about 500 pages!) or viewable, at http://eAutoRepair.com.
Also, many people recommend autozone.com's free online manuals.