Originally Posted by Big Brunsy
The E-brake on the Camaro is kind of like a drum brake inside the rotor, so no special tools required.
you are not removing any brake lines, so there should be no way for air to get into the brake line. So you do not have to bleed the brakes.
Always bleed the fluid at every brake pads you change. Brake fluid absorbs water from the humidity in the air, the water is heavier than brake fluid so the water is pushed to the end of the line, and then it allows corrosion of the system.
Anyone can drive fast in a straight line, its what you can do thru the curves that matters!
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