2007 Chrysler Town and Country, 3.3, with disc front and rearI put on new brakes all around with new front rotors. All went well with the exception of the rear driver side caliber bolt socket/hole/seat; they stripped and I replaced with oversized caliber bolts. The new oversized caliber bolts did not screw all the way in to the end of the threaded part of the bolt, like the others did. The caliber is tight and I drove around a 100 miles with all going and feeling well. My question: Being the oversized caliber bolts did not screw in all the way, is this a safety concern? It could be that I did not have the strength to screw them all the way and I should go in and have it looked at.Thank you,Ronald Wallenberg
Country: United StatesMake: ChryslerModel: Town & CountryYear: 2007Engine: 3/3
i dont think it is a saftey problem here..sense the brake pads use the caliper bracket for support
but,,if it does concern you...please do have a mechanic to take a look.....
just to give you peace of mind
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