Not sure what the purpose of rotating the rotors is supposed to be, but if you meant to 'turn the rotors', that means to have the rotor faces machined or ground smooth and flat.
If you mean 'rotate the rotors' like you would rotate tires, it's easy enough to do and I can't think of much harm (or benefit) to doing it. Are you sure someone isn't just pranking you? Just take off the front wheels, unbolt the calipers (two 18mm bolts each side), then remove and support them. *DO NOT let them hang by the brake line, rest them on a block or hang them from a wire*slip off the rotors and put them back on the opposite wheel. Reinstall the calipers and wheels. *You may need to use a 4" C-clamp to squeeze the caliper(s) enough to slide them back onto the rotors* Your rotors are now rotated, and coincidentally spinning in the reverse direction when you're moving.
check the guard behind the rotors could be rubbing
remove wheelremove brake caliperremove rotor
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it's on the transmission on the drivers side
replace front brake rotors and pads.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 2005 Dodge Durango. Remove the brake pad Springs and calipers. Tap the rotors with a hammer to loosen them. Slide the rotors off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors and brake pads.
Drums not rotors on a 2002 Dak, probably the same on the 2003
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and hardware. The rotor will slide off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors.
If they have enough thickness left to still be above legal minimum thickness after the resurfacing, yes.
no. tighten clockwise counter-clockwise-loosen
Not unless something is worn/broken.
Dodge Dakota was created in 1986.
The Dodge Dakota was in the Dodge car brand until 2009, and was sold as the RAM Dakota until 2012.
sounds like to me your transmission needs to be rebuilt
The Dodge Dakota was originally taken off of Dodge in 2009, then renamed the RAM Dakota until 2012.
The firing order for all Dodge V6 truck engines is 1-6-5-4-3-2. All Dodge distributors rotate clockwise.
O2 sensor or vacuum leak
You will need to remove the water lines from your 1995 Dodge Dakota truck heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.