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Nov 19, 2008, 9:43 AM

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Brakes Sign In

I have a crysler sebring:
2.1 leter eng. v6
With 140k miles.
I want to change the left rotor and caliber in the rear,i wanted to know if it is a difficult job and do i need any special tools to do the job!

Tom Greenleaf
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Nov 19, 2008, 11:01 AM

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Re: Brakes Sign In

Link above should be enough to scare you. Know that brakes should be done in pairs and best I could find is this uses a small drum brake inside rear rotors for the parking brake.

Anything is doable with tools and know how. This will require carefull bleeding when finished and checking out both sides for parking brake.

Before you go nuts on this - what is is doing to make you want to replace just the one brake? It may have a problem with the parking brake inside, unseen and not related to service brake at all?? lAre both sides worn evenly now?


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