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On my town and country van the brake are gone soo fast and its only one bake the front left one ... What could be the problem

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Change the caliper and the hose new brake pads and make sure to cut or replace the rotors everytime you change brake pads ! do not do brakes without cutting or replacing the rotors please ! hope this helps

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I have a 2008 chrysler town and country van. It has a warning light with a ! in the middle. In the upper left corner. What does that mean? Thanks, Brandi


that sholud be a brake light due to a parking brake engaged or not fully released it can also com on if there is a abs malfuntion or brake fluid is low. You need to get your brakes checked. If fluid is not low brakes are good and parking brake is not on you may need a brake switch.

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2006 town and country rear brake rotor removal. After several beatings, i cant get the rear rotors off my town and country. They are alittle loose, but am wondering if i have to do something with the...


yes the e brake shoes inside the rotor tend to create a lip that will hang them up just bake them off a bit and you should be able to pull them off fairly easily also check to be sure that the stock assembly line retainer clips have been removed from the front of the rotor they are just thin looking washers that are pushed on to the lug nut studs to hold the rotor in place on the assembly line a pair of side head cutters work well to remove them and discard after removed.
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Brake warning light came on on my 2005 chrysler town and country Van


If it is the (BRAKE!) light the sensor in the master cylinder is sensing that the vehicle is low on brake fluid. Very seriously check the mastercylinder and be sure that the fluid is full. If the light is on, and the fluid appears full the sensor in the master cylinder may be stuck and giving the computer a false reading. If the fluid is low, fill with fluid and get the vehicle to a service center, when the fluid is gone so are your brakes so be careful.

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Two more cases of 2008 town and country brake wear


Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler minivans are notorious for poor longevity of the front brake pads. Also, the low friction material "squeel" tabs are none to brake off or just not do the job they are meant to do. That is why people end up haveing to replace their rotors. I am an ASE certified mechanic with just under 15 years of experience. I tell all my customers with Chrysler minivan products to have their brakes at least once a year to avoid costly repair bills. If you can catch your brake pads before they start grinding into the rotors that's an expense everyone can afford to not have.

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Early wear on front brakes /rotors for 2008 Town and Country


I work for a brake repair shop and trust me you are not alone.Enterprise and alot of other people bought the same van and had the same trouble.I hate to say but it doesnt stop there.About every 14 to 15 thousand miles you have to replace the front pads.As of now they dont have an upgrade,for instance ceramic pads, but I am sure they will very soon

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