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For my dodge journey do I need to get new studs when I replace tne rear disc rotors

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No, you do not need new studs unless they are damaged.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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Vibration when braking


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To correct this replace brake pads and machine disc rotors .
Clean hubs before refitting disc rotors .
Check and make sure you can achieve the run-out within holden specifications .
To achieve the correct run-out Front disc need to be under 0.5
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When doing run-out place front disc back on hub once all surface areas have been cleaned .
secure disc on hub with wheel nut just even so its all flush.
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I just need to know how to take the hub apart so can get the stud out


I'm sorry, maybe I was not clear, you don't usually need to take the hub apart! Please don't try as it may cost alot to repair. I'm assuming this is on a disc brake axle, however if not, please advise front or rear, disc or drum brake. If disc, remove the brake caliper, and then remove the brake rotor. This is all the disassembly that is usually required to replace a wheel stud. Once completed. you should be able to pound the broken stud through the hole, and then draw a new one through using a lug nut and some washers.

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How to replace rear rotors on 2009 dodge journey


They should last for 5 years or more
Maybe machine every 60,000 to 80,000 miles

If you ever did any brake work, I don't see
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I am trying to calapse the rear brake calliper on my dodge Journey and can't seem to get it to go. Does it screw in?


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Can you tell me if it takes special tools to remove the rear brake hub and brake line


No, there are no special tools required beyond everyday hand tools.

Raise the vehicle.
Remove the rear wheel and tire assembly from the vehicle If the vehicle is equipped with rear drum brakes, remove any retainer clips from the wheel mounting studs, then pull the brake drum off the hub and bearing.
If the vehicle is equipped with rear disc brakes perform the following:
Remove the two guide pin bolts securing the front disc brake caliper to the steering knuckle.
Remove the disc brake caliper from the knuckle and brake rotor.
Hang the caliper out of the way using a wire hanger or cord. Do not support the caliper by letting it hang by the hydraulic hose.
Remove any retainer clips from the wheel mounting studs, then pull the brake rotor off the hub and bearing.
Remove the dust cap from the hub and bearing assembly
Remove the retaining nut, then the hub and bearing from the knuckle's spindle

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We have a 2005 chevy uplander (AWD) with a broken lug nut stud on a rear tire. Looks like we have to get into the reare axle hub. How difficult is this? thanks


I have never done one on this vehicle but have replaced many on all other cars over the years, this is what i experienced, the stud will pound out with a good 2-3 lb. hammer, and the new stud and nut will get pulled back through the empty hole by use of a strong impact wrench...start the stud by hand try to pull it as much as you can through the splined hole in the axle flange, install the new nut backwards on the stud screw it down as far as you can then with the 1/2' drive impact wrench on full throttle tighten the lug nut...by doing this you are pulling the stud through the void hole.
Please remeber to use a small amount of axle grease on the new stud and hole prior to installing the replacement stud and nut.
You prbably have to remove the disc brake caliper and brake pads along with the rear disc brake rotor to gain access to the stud, there should be an access hole also allowing you to get behind the axle flange for removal and installation.
Hope this works.
Happy Motoring!!

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I cannot get the rear disc off.I took the wheel off and caliber then tried to losen with penetrating oil and banging it with hammer. no luck. am i doing something wrong?


try this: spin 2 lug nuts on partially(so you dont damage threads on stud) then hit the flat part next to the lug studs... get mean with it... sometimes you just have to destroy them to get them off, rear rotors are fairly inexpensive.

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Change rear stud bolt on rear tire


take tire off, remove drum , hammer out old one. with nut and spacers turn nut to pull stud in hole.
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