Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 1500
Old one broke off. i have new one to install
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Also be sure to either have your rotors turned by a professional or buy new rotors. They wear grooves and warp over time and if not machined back into a smooth flat surface it will cause a shaking and uneaven braking problems and will greatly increase the wear on your new pads. New rotors are not that much but getting them turned at a parts store usually costs around $5-10 each. Also not turning the rotors may viod any warranty you have on the new pads.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
just finished tonight with the same problem on my 2000 ram, i cut the studs out with a drimel tool, and also the latch, with this out of the way the door opened easily,, have to replace bottom latch later . total time about 1 hour tigerhunting
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Well once the tail gate is open and you take out the 2 screws on the light fixture . the light assembly shall pivot towards the outside of the box. some manipulating but the assembly shall come out.
The bulb needs a simple twist and pull .... Plug and play..
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
On the back ot the caliper ( holds Brake pads) there are two bolt or Screws ( usually allen heads) loosen those screws and remove them. pull off the caliper. check your rotor check for grooves and you might want to take them to get turned ( cleans the surface by taking a thin layer of metal off.
Using a C clamp or Disk brake pad tool carefully and slowly compress the piston back into the caliper....Slowly. Pace ne break pads in caliper and slide it back on to the rotor... replacing the bolts tighten them up...replace tire and you should be good to go. Remember to pump you breaks to get the pads to adjust will be soft at first. there should be no need to bleed the brakes.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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