Question about 2008 Dodge Magnum
You'll need the Allen or Torz wrench that fits the locking bolts on the caliper so you can remove the calipers and you will need a caliper compressor to compress the caliper cylinders to install the new brake pads once you replace the rotors. I would have the Rotors checked to verify they need to be replaced before replacing them. It is possible you can save money by simply having them turned instead. $25 for each rotor is better than the normal $150 to $250 to get new ones.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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