This video shows removing the brake hoses, pads, calipers, & repacking the bearings. Awesome video
To do the job right you need to get a haynes manual from the parts store or AutoPartsDirectToYou.com This will help on future repairs.
support the car first so the wheels will not touch the ground (by the frame ) please remove the lug nuts holding the wheels from the front of the car. take wheels off . then remove the 2 bolts holding the front brake caliper to the axle these are the 2 big fat bolts on the inside of the whole thing pointing inward of the car. slide forward the assembly of cylinder and calipers. replace calipers and fasten in the same position.put back everything in the inverse operation good luck
Note: You will probably need a torx bit for your ratchet to remove the 2 bolts that hold the caliper on. Maybe a T45? Yes The video confirms it is a T45 torx bit
To replace the caliper involves disconnecting the brake line, re-connecting it to the new caliper, re-installing everything, and bleeding the brakes.
Another tip: break your lugnuts loose before you jack the truck up. It's much easier than trying to break them loose with the truck jacked up (and the wheel spinning freely).
Sticking brake calipers. This can be caused by moisture in the brake fluid which will cause the calipers to rust. Replace the calibers and replace all the brake fluid. It can also be caused by driving with your foot on the brake.
They most likely will not clear the brake calipers.
Remove the wheels then the calipers. Replace the pads and press the pistons back into the calipers with a "C" clamp. Be sure to install any anti-squeek grease or shims included with the pads.
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.
Unless the caliper is broken, you can just replace the brake pads.
Lift the vehicle on a car jack, 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 calipers, and lower the car.
Lift the car, remove the tires, remove the brake shoe/calipers, and remove the old brake pad. Put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/caliper, replace the tire and lower the car.
replace front brake rotors and pads.
Unless the calipers are frozen- you will have a slight drag as the brake pads maintain contact with the caliper
dodge 2001 Dakota brake lights won't burn Check the fuses. If the fuses are okay check the brake light switch.
Brake calipers stick when they get old. You need to replace it and the other side While you're at it.
It is time to replace the brake calipers when they begin sticking closed or do not close all the way. You might also have a caliper that locks completely which needs to be replaced.