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2005 Dodge Grand Caravan - Brake Drums & Rotors

Number Of Bolt Holes:  5

Rust Resistant Coating:  Yes

ABS Sensor Ring Included:  No

Inner Bearing Included:  No

Surface Finish:  Non-Directional

Bolt Pattern:  5 On 114.3mm

Outside Diameter (in):  11.059 Inch

Outside Diameter (mm):  281mm

Style:  OE Replacement

Solid Or Vented:  Vented

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2001-2007 Dodge Caravan Brake Pads and Rotors Replacement

  • WARNING: Injury may result if this procedure is not followed properly. Use caution and follow all warnings.
    • WARNING: Injury may result if this procedure is not followed properly. Use caution and follow all warnings.

    • Loosen the lug nuts one half turn while the tire is still on the ground. A large amount of force may be required and the tire will just rotate if the car is on jackstands.

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  • After jacking up the car PLACE JACK STAND(S) under the car for safety, THEN take off the wheel.Take a 13/16" socket and breaker bar to remove the lower caliper bolt.  A large amount of force may be required.
    • After jacking up the car PLACE JACK STAND(S) under the car for safety, THEN take off the wheel.

    • Take a 13/16" socket and breaker bar to remove the lower caliper bolt. A large amount of force may be required.

    • Take the 13/16" socket and remove the upper caliper bolt. A large amount of force may be required.

    • When reassembling the torque for these bolts is 126 ft lb.

    • Be ready when the two bolts are backed out enough, as the caliper will be free to fall. The bolts don't have to come out all the way for the caliper to be free.

    • You MUST not allow the caliper to hang by the brake line. Have a milk crate and wood ready to hold it up.

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  • This is the caliper freed from the car and supported.One should take off the brake fluid resevoir cap, since later we'll be pushing old pads back, and raising the overall level.The cap itself says to clean it first.
    • This is the caliper freed from the car and supported.

    • One should take off the brake fluid resevoir cap, since later we'll be pushing old pads back, and raising the overall level.

    • The cap itself says to clean it first.

    • If the fluid has been "topped off" at any time, then one will have to pay attention to overflow during later steps. If the fluid hasn't been altered since new, then there should be no worries.

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  • The new pads are thicker than the old, so the piston will have to be pushed back.  Leave the old pad in place for now since the piston is hollow.  Use the C-clamp or a disc caliper tool to gently push the piston back.  Go slow and steady - you are forcing brake fluid back up to the reservoir and it needs time to equalize the pressure.
    • The new pads are thicker than the old, so the piston will have to be pushed back. Leave the old pad in place for now since the piston is hollow. Use the C-clamp or a disc caliper tool to gently push the piston back. Go slow and steady - you are forcing brake fluid back up to the reservoir and it needs time to equalize the pressure.

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  • The old pads now come out by hand.  Some jiggling may be necessary, but in my application, I didn't even have to tap them with anything.  The pads sit passively in little channels, and come out towards the inside.  There should be little clips remaining.The new pads are thicker than the old, obviously.
    • The old pads now come out by hand. Some jiggling may be necessary, but in my application, I didn't even have to tap them with anything. The pads sit passively in little channels, and come out towards the inside. There should be little clips remaining.

    • The new pads are thicker than the old, obviously.

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  • The pads ride in a carrier that's free to move in and out.  These two shots show fully IN, and fully OUT.  We will later have to grease these slides.The pads ride in a carrier that's free to move in and out.  These two shots show fully IN, and fully OUT.  We will later have to grease these slides.
    • The pads ride in a carrier that's free to move in and out. These two shots show fully IN, and fully OUT. We will later have to grease these slides.

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  • The new pads will come with little clips that help secure the pads in place.  Look carefully at the clips as they come out by hand, and match the new ones (that come with the pads) accordingly.The 2nd shot shows a new clip peeking out from the near side of the carrier.
    • The new pads will come with little clips that help secure the pads in place. Look carefully at the clips as they come out by hand, and match the new ones (that come with the pads) accordingly.

    • The 2nd shot shows a new clip peeking out from the near side of the carrier.

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  • If the carrier can't move freely back and forth, uneven pad wear can result.  The pads should come with a tiny tube of high temperature grease.  Carefully ease back the boots from the slides, and grease both rails.  There's 2 for each side of the car, so budget accordingly.If the carrier can't move freely back and forth, uneven pad wear can result.  The pads should come with a tiny tube of high temperature grease.  Carefully ease back the boots from the slides, and grease both rails.  There's 2 for each side of the car, so budget accordingly.
    • If the carrier can't move freely back and forth, uneven pad wear can result. The pads should come with a tiny tube of high temperature grease. Carefully ease back the boots from the slides, and grease both rails. There's 2 for each side of the car, so budget accordingly.

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  • With the caliper moved aside and supported, the rotor comes right off by hand.  In my case, it was not rusted solid in any way.A peek at the old rotor alongside for no reason.
    • With the caliper moved aside and supported, the rotor comes right off by hand. In my case, it was not rusted solid in any way.

    • A peek at the old rotor alongside for no reason.

    • Make sure to use a good quality brake cleaner on the new rotors and do not touch it with your bare hands after cleaning.

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  • The red/pink goo is Anti-Squeal, which when put on the back of the pad, can later prevent high pitch squealing.  It takes a while to dry, so one might put a light coating on the pads before beginning....The pad goes into the carrier, inside the channels defined by the clips, and up against the retracted piston.  One can see here the tabbed-end of the pad, in the carrier's channel, and the clip peeking out, keeping order....
    • The red/pink goo is Anti-Squeal, which when put on the back of the pad, can later prevent high pitch squealing. It takes a while to dry, so one might put a light coating on the pads before beginning....

    • The pad goes into the carrier, inside the channels defined by the clips, and up against the retracted piston. One can see here the tabbed-end of the pad, in the carrier's channel, and the clip peeking out, keeping order....

    • The business end of the new pad.

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  • The partner-pad also slips in fairly easily.  It would angle around a bit trying to get it in right, but not enough to have to pick up a tool to tap it in.
    • The partner-pad also slips in fairly easily. It would angle around a bit trying to get it in right, but not enough to have to pick up a tool to tap it in.

    • It's remarkable the ferocious heat and energy going through brakes, and it's all in there by hand.

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  • With the two 13/16" bolts back in, it's DONE!You might choose a smidge of anti-seize on the 13/16" bolts, so that they'll come off next time.
    • With the two 13/16" bolts back in, it's DONE!

    • You might choose a smidge of anti-seize on the 13/16" bolts, so that they'll come off next time.

    • The other side of the car is done the same way of course.

    • DON'T FORGET TO CLOSE UP YOUR BRAKE FLUID RESEVOIR!

    • After the car is safely lowered and you start it up, the brake pedal will go the floor several times as the system pressurizes. You'll hear a noticeable clicking from the pedal. This is the "Apply brake to shift" mechanism. It will settle down as the brake pedal firms up. It took about 5 or 6 slow/gentle applications.

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    Dodge Caravan Brake Rotor Replacement

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    Select a certified professional

    The new car smell may be long gone, but that doesn’t mean your car doesn’t deserve the best – even if it’s seen better days. You don’t want just anyone popping the hood and poking around. Look for a certified mechanic who has experience working with your car’s make and model. Also, keep in mind, there are many different areas a technician can specialize in. You’ll want to choose someone who has A5 Brakes certification.

    Do they have a good reputation?

    Recommendations, either via word-of-mouth or internet reviews, are a great way to find a stellar mechanic. If a repair business has been around for a long time and has a devoted following, you can bet they operate with intelligence and integrity.

    Do they seem professional?

    Repair in your driveway should be a professional experience. You’ll know you’re in good hands when a mechanic, in a clean uniform, arrives in a company vehicle equipped with tools and car parts to complete the job. Time to raise your standards.

    Don’t be left guessing about quality

    Brake rotor quality varies, as does the caliber of the work being performed. Always ask about warranties when you schedule an appointment. Warranties offer quality assurance and protect you in the rare case that something goes wrong with your repair.

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    Look for a certified mechanic

    Check to make sure the shop is working with only the best, aka ASE certified professionals. In particular, you’ll want to ask whether the mechanic assigned to your car has A5 Brake certification. And if the shop doesn’t have the right credentials, move on.

    Reputation is everything

    The best shops have a loyal clientele – and a packed schedule to prove it. Online recommendations or word-of-mouth suggestions will help you find a mechanic with an outstanding reputation.

    Are they helpful?

    A good shop will take the time to explain the brake work your car needs in detail. They will also be honest about pricing (including giving you an estimate for parts and labor) and won’t try to add on any unnecessary repairs.

    Do they offer a warranty?

    Brake repair is far too important to gamble with. Ask about warranty coverage when you schedule your appointment. A sound warranty provides peace of mind that you’re getting OEM-grade brake rotors and expert repair.

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    What are Brake Rotors?

    Brake rotors are essential part of your brake system. Brake rotors are present on all disc brakes, and they’re actually fairly simple part of your brake. When you hit the brake pedal, brake fluid is sent towards the brakes, to help apply enough pressure to the brake pads to slow down the moving wheel and its rotor. That pressure initiated from the brake pedal goes to the brake calipers and brake pads, which clamp down on the brake rotors with friction. The rotor, which is attached to the wheel, has a hard time spinning with the friction from the brake pads clenched around them, and that slows your wheel down.

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    Symptoms of failing Brake Rotors

    Vibrations and good pulsations

    There is no such thing as good types of vibrations and pulsations when it come to your brake and your rotor. If you find your car shaking and quaking when you depress the brake pedal, then the rotors are likely warped and your brake pads can't slow down the wheel smoothly. Simply put, if your rotor is warped, your brake pads can't do their job and you probably need a rotor replacement in order to keep your brake system running smoothly.

    Chattering noise

    Look, I get it. There are lots of noises your car makes, and it’s hard to keep up with all of them. But the chattering noise coming from a warped rotor is pretty unique, and you’ll only hear it when you’re applying pressure to the brake. Now that you’ve heard it, here’s the bad news: your brake rotors are warped and you need a brake rotor replacement.

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    How urgent is replacing Brake Rotors?

    Do you really need to be told the brake system is the most important safety feature on your car? Have you tried driving without a brake? Don’t answer that.

    A warped or worn rotor will inhibit the functionality of you brake pads and overall brake system, compromising your ability to smoothly brake your vehicle. The failing rotor will make it hard for your brake pads to slow down the wheel, and brake the car. Without a brake rotor replacement, the warped rotor will only get worse, and the brake will follow. Be smart. Take care of your brake system and replace your rotor if your brake is acting up. Trust us, rotors are kind of important. 

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    2001-07 Dodge Caravan Front Brake and Rotor Replacement

    2004-2007 Dodge Grand Caravan Brake Rotor - Front - Pronto BR53004

    A good Dodge Grand Caravan Brake Rotor is used to provide friction between the shoes and brake calipers, helping the vehicle to slow down. A vehicle's Brake Rotors are heavy discs connected to your car's axels that slow the vehicle after the brake pads press against them. Advanced styles of Brake Rotor utilize ventilation slots to facilitate heat dispersal, to increase the part's useful life. Whenever brake pads are switched, Brake Rotors have to be examined simultaneously as a faulty brake rotor may possibly result in the failure of control or steering power. A car or truck won't perform with its best performance carrying a worn-out Brake Rotor, so fix it as soon as possible. Repairing your car with a Pronto Brake Rotor for your Dodge Grand Caravan will ensure that your car is operating as it should.

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