Question about 2006 Chrysler Town & Country
Rear rotor is rusted fast won't move any. I have a broken lug bolt and need to get to it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Chrysler Town and Country
Ok, i'm assuming your replacing them, there is an oval rubber stopper on the backside of the rotor, in the backing plate, located near the bottom. it will tighten or loosen the e-brake shoes inside the rotor, loosen them all the way off, then get a big hammer and give them a really good smack, be carefull not to damage the wheel studs, if your reusing them hit on the hat of the rotor, if replacing you can hit right on the rotor face.
Use some antiseize on the hub before installin your new rotors, and don't forget to readjust your
e-brake and reinstall the rubber plug
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
SOURCE: snaped off lug nut bolts
Pull The Cotter Pin From The Center It Is The Metal Clip Then Lock Nut And Spring Washer. This For Now But Will Fallow This Post With Another Right Now
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
I could not wait 24hours for a responce, so I figuredit out on my own. I pressed in on the axel and when it receded onthe other sidethere was enough room for a scoket to take off the bearing case which is where you put in the lug nut bolts. Had them pressed into place and put everything esle back together, we are now up and running. Would like a refund on the service charge thank you seeing how know one helped me out except asking if I wanted to pay more for the answer. Have a great day
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Sounds like you have that old "rust" problem. Rust and calcium build up around the hub and behind the rotor. Wire brush as much as you can around the hub. Using a medium hammer tap the rotor near the hub between the studs. Take care not to hit the studs because this will damage the threads. Sometimes applying some heat with a small butane torch will help free the rotor. Do not heat severely, this will cause warpage. Take your time and you will be successfull. Good luck Moe
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
I work for a brake repair shop and trust me you are not alone.Enterprise and alot of other people bought the same van and had the same trouble.I hate to say but it doesnt stop there.About every 14 to 15 thousand miles you have to replace the front pads.As of now they dont have an upgrade,for instance ceramic pads, but I am sure they will very soon
Posted on May 01, 2009
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