Question about 2008 Dodge Caliber
I would ck again, you might just be seeing the plastic housing for the wiring connection and missing the actual brass nut directly below that housing, place the socket slightly over the housing and ck. the fit by attempting to turn the socket by hand in either direction. If you experience a loose fit where the socket turns just a little, slip the socket down until it seats against the base of the sensor firmly and try turning again. I would expect the socket once it is seated all the down onto the nut you will feel no movement when attempting to turn by hand.
Posted on Nov 20, 2017
when you take off the front wheels, you can see behind the hub assembly. there should be 4 or 5 star style bolts that hold the hub in place. you can either break them loose on the truck or in a vise. you will need a star socket,( or it may need a 12 point socket?). there is also a big nut in front of the hub that will take a lot of torque to remove (300-500lbs). the axle is probably going to be rusted also, so you will have to work it out. it is easier to buy a hub, some come in pieces, so you'll have to have them pressed together by a machine shop and them put them on. i am getting ready to do this on on my dually and the axle nut is torqued to 500lbs. be careful and i hope this helps you. andy
Posted on May 11, 2009
Doesn't have sparkplug wires, individual coils 1 per cylinder mounted right on top of the sparkplug. Here's a pic, they should look like #3.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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