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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Chrysler Town and Country
Ok, i'm assuming your replacing them, there is an oval rubber stopper on the backside of the rotor, in the backing plate, located near the bottom. it will tighten or loosen the e-brake shoes inside the rotor, loosen them all the way off, then get a big hammer and give them a really good smack, be carefull not to damage the wheel studs, if your reusing them hit on the hat of the rotor, if replacing you can hit right on the rotor face.
Use some antiseize on the hub before installin your new rotors, and don't forget to readjust your
e-brake and reinstall the rubber plug
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Open the tailgate and on either side you'll see 2 screws holding the tail light assembly. Unscrew these and the assembly will come off. It might take a little prying if it has never been removed before. Each bulb is in a base attached to the assembly from the back. Turn the base 1/4 turn and pull out to get access to the bulb itself.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
I work for a brake repair shop and trust me you are not alone.Enterprise and alot of other people bought the same van and had the same trouble.I hate to say but it doesnt stop there.About every 14 to 15 thousand miles you have to replace the front pads.As of now they dont have an upgrade,for instance ceramic pads, but I am sure they will very soon
Posted on May 01, 2009
yes the e brake shoes inside the rotor tend to create a lip that will hang them up just bake them off a bit and you should be able to pull them off fairly easily also check to be sure that the stock assembly line retainer clips have been removed from the front of the rotor they are just thin looking washers that are pushed on to the lug nut studs to hold the rotor in place on the assembly line a pair of side head cutters work well to remove them and discard after removed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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