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How to replace Brake pads on 2004 Dodge ram?

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2010-03-04 02:48:36
2010-03-04 02:48:36

how do i remove brakes pads from 2005 ram 1500 front & back

take off wheel, loosen the 2 smaller 10 mil bolts

take off the larger two bolts (13/16th?)remove the caliper, then take out the pre- loosen 10 mil bolts, the caliper should come apart in 2 peices, you can then remove the old pads, make sure to compresse the piston before appling youir new brakes. support the caliper- do not let it hang from brake line. do 1 wheel at time so that you can use the untouched side as a model when putting things back together. happy tooling.

ps if wheel is subborn hit a small peiece of 4in by 4in with large hammer. place the wood on the rim where the tire and tire and rim meet and smack it

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