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  1. Dodge Caliber Electrical Problems and Questions
    As topic describe, my brake lights stays on continuesly, even when car is turned off. I have replaced the TIPM with an upgraded one (for various electrical reasons) and replaced the brake pedal switch. The only way to to get the brake lights to turn off, I have to remove the negative battery...
  2. Dodge Caliber Mechanical Problems and Questions
    I have a creaking noise that is coming from both sides (or middle) of the back end. Originally I went under and lubricated and greased everything and that solved about 80% of the problem for a week or so. I keep going from thinking that it is the brakes to the shocks and back again. it makes the...
  3. Dodge Caliber Chassis, Suspension, Wheels, Tires
    I decided to do my own brakes for the first time on this Caliber R/T The "lifetime" brake jobs ive paid for in the past are an extreme rip off ($600+) I ordered Callahan brand cross drilled and slotted rotors and pads (complete set-4wheels- off ebay $250) I thought It would be like any other...
  4. General Maintenance and Detailing Forum
    i have rear drums in my 08 SE, any idea how long they should last? i dont notice any issues besides minimal squeaking coming from the back which i was told is normal. its got 45k on it and im sure they havent been changed by the previous owner.
  5. General Maintenance and Detailing Forum
    Does anyone have a step by step on changing the rear drums brakes for an 07 Caliber. I would really appreicate the help.
  6. Dodge Caliber Mechanical Problems and Questions
    Hi Guys, So the yesterday my Caliber (2007/RT) started making a fantastically annoying noise from the rear during braking. It was kind of a scraping / creaking noise very similiar to this youtube video which I found today before posting here. At...
  7. Maintenance and Repair DIYs
    i have searched and not found this posted so i thought i would put up a brake install how-to for those hesitant to attempt the maintenance. after the dealer quoted me at $4-500 for the front brakes i decided it was something i would try to do myself. what you need: 1/2" breaker bar 1/2"...
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