Question about 2009 Dodge Caliber
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove two bolts holding caliper on and pull up as hard as you can on the caliper. Wiggling back and forth at the same time helps.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
The Calipers on the Rotor that Hold the Brake Pads have Bolts on the Back Side at the Top and Bottom for Mounting. Just feel around back there and you will find them. Remove these and the Caliper will come right Off. Let me Know if you need more Help! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Straight forward job. Remove wheels, remove 2 caliper bolts per wheel, check bolts,and bushings for wear/corrosion and lubricate, remove calipers, remove brake pads, push caliper pistons into calipers, replace anti-rattle clips, put new pads in, put caliper and bolts in, put wheels on. Start truck and press brake pedal several times to take up slack and you're done.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
jack up the car take the wheels off the caliper which holds the pads need to come off usally 2 bolts if you are replacing the rotors you may have to hit them with a hammer to break the free if they have little clips on the rotors you can grabb the clips with pliers and take them off you do not need to replace them make sure you push the pistons on the calipers back in clean and lube the pins and the any where the rest on the knuckle do get lube on the rotors put it all back together do the same on the otherside before you start the car pump the brakes until a good pedal then you are good to go i hope this helps you
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
Well you need to check your fluid level on the master cylinder first. Then I suggest that you bleed the brake system. Always start bleeding from the wheel furthest away from the master.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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