it will be behind the tire and on the brake and it is less than a inch tall.Someone will need to get in the car and pump the brakes a couple times, and hold the brake in. Then lossen the screw and the air will come out and tighten the swrew back and u are done. do that a couple time and it will work great.
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There wasn't a 1991 Dodge Stratus.
what is the best way to bleed brakes when installing new caliper on front left wheel
No, a Stratus engine sits transverse, while the Intrepid sits front to back.
Behind the front motormount
Remove the wheels and judge the thickness of the brake pads. There is no adjustment on disc brakes. You will normally wear out 2 sets on the front before you wear out one on the rear.
bleed pattern for toyota hiace 5th edition
i like to bleed them from rear passenger to front driver then rear driver to right front but if its abs brakes i was told to bleed both back then both front
left front fender, in front of tire
Struts in the front and rear.
What size wrench do you need to change the front brakes on a 2001 dodge durango?"
The speed sensor, on your Dodge Stratus, is located on the back of the transmission. The speed sensor has a wire leading to the front wheel.
Inside the fender in front of the driver side front tire.
No you dont need to bleed the brakes if you are just changing the pads, there are more ansers to car maintenance questions at ; www.carbasics.co.uk
Always best to bleed both sides if you change a brake line. EG: Both front or both rear.
below right front headlight
behind the drivers front wheel.
in front of the driver side tire
No you dont have to. All I did was was pump the brakes with the car running
mine is a 2005 dodge stratus sxt 2.4 l. clock is over 80k with only oil changes, tranny fulid changes every 30k, new tires and front brakes. head light bulbs going out. only problem with the car since brand new.
The firing order of a 2005 2.4L Dodge Stratus is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number one cylinder is at the front of the engine.
Front side of the engine, at oil pan height.