Question about 1992 Eagle Talon
Chrysler, dodge, jeep, eagle, all are kind of mutts when it comes to parts, including brakes. don't take offense; some of the best dogs out there are mutts. the point being your brakes could be a wide range of designs. look for retainer clips or pins or larger pins or "slider bars" that can be removed to access the pads. often such setups allow prying back the caliper pistons using a screwdriver while leveraging it against the pads or rotor, and removing the pads without even removing the caliper.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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