Question about Jeep Liberty
If I am remembering correctly, they should be 10mm (possibly 11mm) Be very careful putting them back in . Keep them straight and make sure you can screw them in using your fingers so you know they aren't cross threaded. The ears they screw into are cast iron and easy to strip out and there isn't a lot of "meat" there so don't over tighten them either. (tight is good but don't lean into the wrench. you will probably see a blue substance on the threads...at the factory they use a semi-hardening thread lock on them) If you find yours are stripped, they can be repaired using a heli-coil kit.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a T-55 sometimes easy othe time a pain in the ****. You will need to turn the wheel in and throw a bar on it. Now if only I knew the torque specs for the caliper an mounting bracket...
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
2002 Trailblazer - 4 bolts on caliper. I loosened the top bolt with the pin, but when I try to loosen the bottom, it feels like I'm tightening it. Do I need to loosen all 4?
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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