How Do You Replace A Caliper In A Chrysler Town & Country?
A Chrysler Town & Country is a luxury car, but its brake quality is priceless. Replacing arts like the brake calipers is best left in the hands of an expert. Consult with your mechanic before attempting to replace a caliper on a Chrysler or any other vehicle. Cut off the car’s power supply by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. This is recommended before any type of maintenance. Raise and safely support the vehicle on the side you’ll work on. Remove the wheel in front of the brake assembly you’re targeting. Disconnect the brake hose from the caliper by removing the attaching banjo bolt. Discard the seal washers. Plug the brake hose with a piece of rubber to prevent fluid leakage and contamination. Remove the guide pin bolts securing the caliper to the steering knuckle. Slowly slide the caliper away from the knuckle. Slide the caliper’s opposite end out from under the machined abutment on the knuckle. Lubricate the abutment surfaces on the steering knuckle. Use s