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How do you change a stud for Chrysler sebring 98?


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2006-08-16 19:48:05
2006-08-16 19:48:05

I am assuming you mean for a wheel. You take the wheel off and the caliper and then finally the brake disc. pound out the busted stud through the other side. Be carefull not to hit the wheel bearing. insert the new stud and then using a huge C- clamp, tighten it into postion. Get a Chilton or Haynes manual for like 15 bucks, they tell how to do this and a whole lot more.

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