Does the the word "enable" ring a bell ? People that go out of their way for loser family members are not helping them one bit. I have a sister in law who is in her 40s and doesn't have her s&%#t together yet. Its everyones fault but her own apparently.
Fine. Go somewhere else with that pathetic attitude.
For the front calipers just pull cap on master cylinder and get your c clamp and squeeze piston back in, leave pad in to make even contact on piston, if you ever need to take a piston out pull bleeder and use compressed air to blow it out, oh and don't point piston at your face lol. For the rear a decent brake spoon would save you some swearing. When I was 17 I was a state certified brake tech, after I found hvac I left that crap behind lol.
Why even bother?
Originally Posted by corny
sounds like he doesn`t appreciate the effort nor will he repay you.
I promised my dying mother that I would help look after him.......and because of my sister who has her hands full without this loser bleeding her dry.
Originally Posted by sirjames
No... he doesnt appreciate it. If I were to have a heart attack while working on his car his first thought would be to grab my wallet.
But like I said.... Its for my mom and my sister.
Yikes, sounds like a real winner. "Looking after him" might involve a bit of tough love to get him to fend for himself. This is just a suggestion from an outside perspective.
Sometimes, the way to teach a slacker how to NOT fall down is to let them land. If you catch them every time, they have
no need to learn to do for themselves. If he helped with the brakes, he might not abuse them (and you) as much. :.02:
BTW, I warped my new rotors in less than 3 months. I've never warped a set of rotors, even when towing trailers. They all made in China , a even the Napa premiums I bought. I'm looking at a set from the dealer, they are cast in China, turned and harden in the US. So you better have a talk with him.