Filed Under (Dodge) by admin on 26-05-2010
1 – LIFT THIS END OF CALIPER AWAY FROM ADAPTER FIRST 2 – DISC BRAKE CALIPER 3 – ADAPTER ABUTMENT 4 – OUTBOARD BRAKE SHOE HOLD DOWN CLIP 5 – OUTBOARD BRAKE SHOE 6 – ROTOR 7 – ADAPTER 5. Support caliper to prevent the weight of the caliper from damaging the flexible brake hose. See Fig. 22.1 – WIRE 2 – CALIPER 3 – ADAPTER 4 – ROTOR 5 – INNER FENDER 6. If the brake rotor needs to be removed it can be removed by removing the retainer clips and then pulling the rotor straight off the wheel mounting studs. 7. Remove the outboard brake shoe from the caliper. Brake shoe is removed by pushing the shoe toward the piston, disengaging the two metal protrusions on the shoe back, then sliding the brake shoe off the caliper.