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Would the brake rotors just slide off of a 2000 dodge caravan after removing the cylinder assembly or do you need a puller?

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2006-02-18 16:26:48
2006-02-18 16:26:48

the brake rotors should slide right off after you take the caliper off.there should only be two bolts inthe back of the caliper. take those out and the caliper will pull off .then the rotor should come off.

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