2000-2002 Dodge Durango Front Brake Pads Semi-Metallic1ABPS00022
- Location: Front
- Brake Options: Semi-Metallic
This front brake pad set is just what you need to get your vehicle stopping in good order again!
- 4 Piece FRONT Brake Pad Set
- No core charge
- Direct replacement
- Professional Grade SEMI-METALLIC Disc Brake Pads
This brake pad set makes a great replacement and has an excellent value over the price of dealer brake pads.
Effective June 23, 2014: This item is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. In the event this item should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will exchange the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty.
Wear and Tear
This item is backed by a warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under its intended use. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty.
Step 1: Removing the Front Wheel
- Begin with your vehicle on the ground so the tires won't move. Using your 19mm socket and ratchet, or a lug wrench, loosen the lug nuts
- Jack up the car using a lift or a floor jack and stands.
Step 2: Removing the Brake Caliper
- Turn the wheels to the left by pushing on the passenger side wheel.
- Now there are two T47 Torx boltsâ€”one on the side, and then one right on top. Remove both bolts.
- Then take your flat blade screwdriver and pry a little bit on the caliper and get it going. Pull your caliper right off.
Step 3: Removing the Brake Pads and the Rotor
- For the inner pad, you should be able to simply pull it out.
- To get the outer one out, you use your hammer and you want to hit diagonally and they come out.
- Place the caliper above and secure it with a wire-tie or something similar. You donâ€™t want to just let it hang down because there is a chance you can rupture your hose.
- With the caliper out of the way, simply removing the rotor
Step 4: Replacing the Brake Rotor
- Put the brake rotor back on and then you want to push your piston back in to your caliper.
- You can use a big C-Clamp like this. As you tighten the C-Clamp, the piston goes down in to the caliper. Remove the C-clamp.
Step 5: Replacing the Brake Pads
- Your inner pad has the clamps to secure-just put in to the caliper and push it in.
- Your outer pad goes right in. While making sure you have your bolts out of the way, you push them down like that with the caliper right in.
- After the caliper is in, start your bolts back in and, once again, that's a T47 Torx. Push on your bolts and start them. You want to tighten up these bolts to about 35 pounds. (That doesn't sound like a lot-it really isn't-because what really takes the braking pressure are these big arms. You can see that the caliper squeezes and then the pads push against those. These bolts are just kind of holding the caliper in place. They don't really do much of the braking.)
Step 6: Replacing the Front Wheel
- Replace the wheel into the vehicle. Use the air wrench to start the lug nuts a little bit, and you want to torque your lug nuts to about 100 foot pounds.
- [NOTE: Make sure that before you drive your car, you get in and pump the brake pedal a few times until you make it feel solid. When you push the piston back in to the caliper you'll need to work it back against the disks. Before you road test your vehicle, just make sure that the brakes are holding the car in gear and then do a stop from 5 mph and 10 mph just to make sure that everything is working before you get it out on the road.]
How-to Video:(07:04 min)
- Torque Wrench
- Flat Blade Screwdriver
- 19mm Socket
- Floor Jack
- Jack Stands
- Large C-Clamp
- T47 Torx Socket
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Part #: 1ABPS00022
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