Hi, here is the step by step guide you requested. its a easy read and it will help you with this replacement
Park the Caravan on a flat, level paved or concrete surface. Release the hood latch and apply the parking brake.
Open the hood and **** out half of the brake fluid
from the master cylinder reservoir using the turkey baster. Discard the
fluid appropriately. Do not reuse it. Replace the cap on the master
Break the lug nuts loose on the left wheel first using the breaking bar
and a socket. Do not remove the lug nuts or loosen them too much.
Lift the Caravan using the floor jack and place the lift point under
the transmission bushing. Place a jack stand under the inside of the
rocker panel in the left front where the frame is boxed. Do not place
the jack stand on the rocker panel as it will most likely collapse. You
can leave the floor jack in place as an added safety support, but make
sure to use a jack stand.
Remove the lug nuts and wheel.
Remove the caliper bolts with the ratchet and a socket. Gently pry the
caliper off of the rotor using the screwdriver. The pads are clipped to
Remove the outboard pad first by prying it off the caliper housing with
the screwdriver. Remove the inboard pad by pulling it out of the
caliper piston bore. Support the caliper to the coil spring using the
Compress the piston in using the C-clamp. Squeeze slowly and steadily to avoid damaging the caliper piston.
Install the new pads starting with the inboard pad. Since the inboard
and outboard pads are identifiably different, there's only one way they
will fit properly. There is a slight difference in the molding of the
backing plates of the pads. Refer to the old pads you removed to make
sure you're applying the pads for the left side.
Apply a liberal coat of silicone brake lubricant on the caliper anchor where the backing plate of the pads sit against.
Reinstall the caliper over the rotor.
Apply a light coat of silicone brake lubricant to the smooth area of
the caliper bolts. Insert it into the caliper to lock it to the caliper
anchor. Tighten the bolts properly.
Replace the wheel and lug nuts, tightening the lug nuts as tight as you
can using the ratchet and a socket. Lower the Caravan and retighten the
lug nuts in an alternate fashion using the torque wrench set at 100
foot pounds and a socket.
Repeat the procedure for the right side.
Pump the foot brake pedal when you're finished with the right side
until the hydraulic pressure is restored to the caliper pistons and the
brake pedal feels normal. Release the parking brake.
Check and adjust the brake fluid level in the master cylinder
reservoir. Only add new DOT-approved brake fluid for your Caravan.
Remove the wheel chock and test drive.
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