Either your really hard on brakes, brakes need adjustment or your calipers are faulty.
if there is uneven wear on the rotors, the new pads will take time to wear into the grooves on the rotors. rotors in poor condition will reduce the efficiency of your brakes, and promote wear of the pads, you will end up changing them more often. Most brake shops can turn rotors back to being smooth and true.
The calipers are stuck, or they are cheap brakes, or somebody got oil or grease on the brakes and disks.
your brake system has air in it and needs bleeding. new calipers are a real hard to bleed
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this model has both shoes and rotor disks on the rear brakes. 2002 ford van e350 xlt is my model and I was surprised today when I did my brakes.
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Hello, Once you take the tires off and remove the calipers, the rotors come right off just like a front wheel drive car. There is no castle nuts or bearings to deal with like the older trucks had. Good luck .............
I have a 2002 Stratus Sedan, and mine are discs.
Probably scoured or warped rotors.
Same way as the front. First remove the calipers, then remove the two cross-point screws that hold the caliper in place . finally, remove the rotors and replace.
It depends if it has rotors it has pads, if it has drums it has shoes. Hope this helps.
The 1995 wheels will not clear the brakes if you put them on the front of a 2002.
there are two bolts that hold brake calipers to a u shaped bracket, remove them and then remove the two bolts holding the u shaped bracket. The rotors will come off at this point.
They are drum on a 2006 Stratus SXT.
that would be your brakes are bad mabe your rotors have to be turn now....
Doubtful, it probably will not fit over the brake calipers.
Answer: Most likely warped rotors. This can be eliminated by either having the current rotors machined or replaced (or both if manufacture recommends it). Visit your local dealer or brake specialist.
At that point I would ask them why they didn't adjust and inspect the parking brake when they did the brakes. Yes, it's possible, but I wouldn't let them do the work if they aren't going to take care of it under warranty.
Disc brakes , front and rear ( there are also a small set of brake shoes in the backside of the rear rotors that are used for the parking / emergency brake )
You don't. Take them to a machine shop for resurfacing. They have the specialized tools for this and you do not.
You take the wheel off and look.
The heavy duty trucks need the calipers ground down to fit
Drums not rotors on a 2002 Dak, probably the same on the 2003