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Put new rear brakes , rotors and calipers on my 2001 chrysler sebring and now they wont bleed

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How are you bleeding them..there is a port on each one somewhere..

Posted on Dec 28, 2013

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SOURCE: Rear brakes chrysler voyager 05/01

There should only be two bolts on the back of the caliper holding it into the knuckle. Removing those two bolts should free the caliper. In fact I believe they're 12 or 13 millimeter bolts.

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SOURCE: 1995 chrysler sebring lxi

there are four 18mm bolts on the opposite side of dust plate.once u remove thoe bolts,you'll have to either use a slide hammer, or the old fashion way a big hammer and smack it side to side.the whole hub and wheel bearing assembly will come out.The dust sheild is in between the hub and axel once it comes apart u will understand.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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It's low on refrigerant ( probably uses R-134a) available at WalMart. Low refrigerant pressure switch deactivates A/C compressor for safety reasons.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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Parking brake is operated by a cable and not the caliper. Your car has disc brake pads for squeezing the rotor to stop, the parking brake has drum type brake shoes that push out on the inside of the rotor. Changing the disc pads only requires squeezing the piston back in like usual.

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Torque for pyutting new rear brakes and rotors on a 2006 Town&Cou

Caliper mounting bracket bolts 125 ft, Caliper guide pins/bolts 26 ft, Brake hose to caliper 35 ft. Wheel lug nuts 100 ft. Wheel speed sensor 115in lbs*** This is for disc rear brakes Teves system. You do know that the rear disc is a Rotor/Drum. The parking brake shoes ride on the inside.

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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Replace front brake pads


1. Raise vehicle
2. Support on jack stand
3. Remove lug nuts
4. Remove wheel
5. Remove bolts holding caliper
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7. Remove brake pads
8. Push piston into caliper
9. Inspection rotor for damage if damaged replace
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I have a 2006 Chrysler Sebring GTC and the passenger side rear brake is sticking. I have replaced the pads, rotors and caliper twice and bleed the brakes but the problem still persists. after about 15


Take it for a 10 minute drive. Jack up that wheel and try to spin t by hand. If it is hard to turn crack the bleeder screw and allow a little brake fluid to flow out. Tighten the bleeder screw and now turn by hand. If it turns easier than I would suspect a partially collapsed or collapsed brake hose.

Good luck and let me know what you find.

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How do i remove the rear brake rotors on a 2004 chrysler sebring convertible?


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I changed front brakes on a 2004 sebring now the pedal is soft


If you opened a brake line,or bleed screw,then you will have to bleed the brakes.If not,check the calipers to see if one is not letting go of the brake rotor,if so,there is a brake hose going to the brake caliper ,that is colasped inside,and it needs to be replaced.

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I am getting a pulsing feeling from the front wheels when braking on my 2004 Chrysler Sebring. It feels like one or more of the rotors are warped. How do I replace the front rotors with new ones. Thanks.


If they are not worn beyond tollerance they can be machined on the vehicle.
Also make sure its not tyres or wheel bearings.

remove wheel
remove brake caliper( leave the hose connected)
remove centre cap
remove split pin and lock
unscrew bearing hub nut
rotor should come off
fit new bearing races in new rotor
grease new bearings
fit inside bearing and seal
refit rotor, outer bearing,washer,nut,lock, splitpin and centre cap
(tighten nut until no play in bearing plus 1\8 of a turn)
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Change front brake rotors on sebring 2001


jack front of car up, put on jack stands, remove tires, remove break calipers, remove caliper mounting bracket if nessisary, remove rotor.

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I changed the front pads on my 97 Sebring convertible. Also put on new rotors, and changed the calipers. My car bounces slightly, and if I apply the brakes hard, they become spongy. I have bled them off as...


Spongy means air present in the hydraulic system,I recommend check and recheck all of the brake system areas where air could enter(master cylinder,fittings,calipers,etc.)and bleed the entire system again.
Good luck !

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After removing tire pull bolts holding brake calipers to rotor. Use a clamp or something in that nature to push old brake shoe into housing that way you wont have to bleed your brake system. Replace new shoes and reinstall caliper. Start vehicle and pump up brakes before traveling make sure to test brakes first to make sure no fluid was lost.

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