Question about 2004 Chrysler Sebring
If they are not worn beyond tollerance they can be machined on the vehicle.
Also make sure its not tyres or wheel bearings.
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)
refit caliper and wheel
bleed and test brakes before driving
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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