Remove the wheelcovers, loosen the lugnuts. Jack the vehicle up and brace. Remove the lugnuts and the wheel.
The calipers are held on with two bolts, working from the engine side, remove the two bolts holding the caliper on. Once removed, swing the caliper assembly to the side and tie off with string or wire.
Check the condition of the rotor. Replace if necessary.
Remove the brake fluid cap. Pull the used pads out of the caliper assembly.
Using a large C-clamp, press the brake cylinder in all the way.
Install new pads and shims. Grease all moving surfaces with moly (it should come with the pads).
Slide the caliper back into place over the rotor. Bolt into position. Replace the wheel, lugnuts and wheelcover.
Repeat the entire process for the other side.
Put the brake fluid cap back on.
Drop and test, good luck.
i replace my rear brake shoes on 2001 dodge grand caravan and my emergency brake is still not working
Where is the brake light fuse found on a 1996 dodge grandcaravan
A 1999 Dodge Caravan uses DOT 3 brake fluid.
Unless the caliper is broken, you can just replace the brake pads.
parking brake on.
The 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan OBD 2 port is on lower edge of dash above parking brake pedal
It requires a scan tool.
Always best to bleed both sides if you change a brake line. EG: Both front or both rear.
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Dot 3Dot 3
Any standard Dot 3 fluid is appropriate.
remove wheels, release emergency brake and drums will come off.
A person can find pictures of the rear disc brake assembly for a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan can be found in a Chilton's automobile repair manual. A manual like this can be found in most libraries and at automobile parts stores.
It takes a 7mm hex.
You remove the brake caliper, at this point, the rotor will come off.
Go to your local library and find the manual
there are brake shoes in the discs too . just remove the discs and you will see them. they are applied by a cable.
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/calipers and remove the old brake pads. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/calipers, replace the tire and lower the car.
its either a dead short or not properly grounded check that out