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My right rear wheel over heated on my Chrysler 300..got a

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my right rear wheel over heated on my Chrysler 300..got a blister just touching the lug nut...any clue as to the problem
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  camerontech replied 11 months ago.

hi there,

im cam, a licenced diagnostic tech.

its sounding like you may have a caliper problem or the pads are seized in the bridges.

you will have to remove the caliper and make sure the piston pushes back with ease. if it does not, than the caliper ir brake hose is at fault.

if the piston pushes back ok, than the pads will be the likley suspect as they can seized where they mate to the bracket. it will just be a matter of gently tapping them out, cleaning the bridges and regreasing. the slider pins should also move freely as these can seize as well.

if you need any more help or assistance, id be happy to help!

thanks and i appreciate positive ratings!

cam

Expert:  camerontech replied 11 months ago.

hi there,

how did your repair go?

cam

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