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JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Liberty rear brake klunking after new pads and discs

Newbie on board and I searched all areas for same problem as described in one of the post in technical help but figured it should be more model directed so..this post. I am getting blank stares from dealership garage mechanics so far.... 40k miles service new front pads new rear pads new rear discs. Service done the week before christmas. Temperature here in north west UK has been hovering around 0C32F

Has been in dealership overnight so as to not disturb anything before the first 100 yards this morning. First thing they did was drive it the 20yards or so from the parking spot straight into the service bay and the noise was pretty much evident. On strip down of brakes it became evident that the (and this is the dealers words from what I remember) 2 pins() which hold the brake pads in place in the

bump - From the invoice 05083882AF - pad KIT disc brake 52128411AB - ROTOR brake was back in to investigate the klunking and complete assemblies stripped greased reassembled. Drove fine for about 7 days....then noise re-appears. Car is back in for caliper replacement in a couple of days time. Cant say as I am at all happy with the calibre of mechanics working in the dealership - letter to Chrysler is on the cards.

Quote Originally Posted by libertyHopeful Maybe someone put a cat in your wheel If only it were a Cat Id happily feed it and post it back to Chrysler. New calipers fitted 4th Feb Noise re-appeared today. So snot the brakes then... I can sympathise ever so slightly with mechanics trying to find a noise in a car but FFS theyve had at least 4 attempts to put this right and still not sorted it. How long

Hi It fits over the caliper so you can see it easy covers the hole in the caliper between the pads.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Changing Rear Drum Brake Pads Shoes

Is this difficult What do I need to do My liberty is just about to reach 50K and although they still have some life left to them Id like to change them because they are starting to feel spongy to me. For example I use the emergency brake I have to pull the handle way up now.

Changing brake pads either front or rear. However each vehicle is different. The rear brakes on the liberty are disc and you will need to simply remove the caliper by removing the bolts remove the pads from the caliper and then compress the caliper piston with a c-clamp. Once the piston is totally compressed remove the clamp replace the pads reinstall the caliper tighten the bolts pump the brake to

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JEEP CHEROKEE Yet another rear disc brake install

Cross posted from my thread at NAXJA My 01 is slowly evolving and one of the things Ive been planning is disc brakes for the rear. Since I got back from Iraq in May Ive installed a RigidCo front bumper HP D-30 with 4.56 gears and ZJ steering and 4.56s in the the Chrysler 8.25 to match. Ive been watching the yards in the meantime looking for a ZJ with disc brakes. I found a 95 last weekend and took

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE brake rotors and pads

Im tired of using stock parts that fail within a year. Can anyone recommend a good combination of rotors pads Im looking for something with a better reputation and better stopping power than stock and probably willing to spend a little more for them. thanks

I know that i was having problems with calipers and a bad master cylinder (locking up and a few other problems) which has now been resolved but the rotors were already warped by then. Im pretty light on the brakes especially since i had them replaced august 2010 and nah I couldnt even drive that bad (with two feet) if i tried. The dealership told me poor braking performance is due to the increased

Quote Originally Posted by jeepkj617 I know that i was having problems with calipers and a bad master cylinder (locking up and a few other problems) which has now been resolved but the rotors were already warped by then. Im pretty light on the brakes especially since i had them replaced august 2010 and nah I couldnt even drive that bad (with two feet) if i tried. The dealership told me poor braking

Quote Originally Posted by jeepkj617 I know that i was having problems with calipers and a bad master cylinder (locking up and a few other problems) which has now been resolved but the rotors were already warped by then. Im pretty light on the brakes especially since i had them replaced august 2010 and nah I couldnt even drive that bad (with two feet) if i tried. The dealership told me poor braking

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Rear brake noise heat smoke

Hi All I realize this topic has been discussed but I want to make sure there are no new developments. My Mother has a 2004 liberty Renegade with around 17000 miles on it and had the rear rotors and pads updated in Dec. She is having the same symptoms with the clunking and burning brake smell. I plan to visit her tomorrow to check things out before she takes it to the dealer and just wanted a heads

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE disc brake swap

just curious anyone ever find a larger brake setup from another jeep that would work on the front im not talking big brembo brakes. just some kind of stock upgrade. are there any other ifs jeeps with the 5x4.5 bolt pattern

yeah i understand all of that. caliper brackets arent impossible to make the caliper or pad are not super specific to rotor size either. you should see all of the possibilites with a lot of old cars. there are big brake kits for mopars that use all off the shelf replacement parts using things like toyota rotors with ford calipers. there are 13 disc setups using all factory parts. its amazing some of

Quote Originally Posted by jamesdart yeah i understand all of that. caliper brackets arent impossible to make the caliper or pad are not super specific to rotor size either. you should see all of the possibilites with a lot of old cars. there are big brake kits for mopars that use all off the shelf replacement parts using things like toyota rotors with ford calipers. there are 13 disc setups using

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Help Rear Brakes Seem to Be staying on

Hi Just drove back from jeep Dealer and they have replaced handbrake pads and discs and rear brake pads as well as transmission service and full service I wont say what I paid as I feel really stupid. Ive noticed that the 2003 3.7 didnt seem to shift into overdive for the first few miles and but had a lot of go. But after a few miles it seemed to be slowing by itself even when going slowly downhill.

Well had to call them today as the jeep slowed and slowed until it almost stopped smoke everywhere. The only reason I used it is because when I called them this morning it seemed ok and they said run it to bed the brakes in and that it was the self adjusting handbrake system. Now I have asked for all the parts they replaced brake fluid parking brake kit new discs and pads (it sounded like it was on

needs to be turned or the entire assembly replaced. How hot can ABS sensors get before expecting failure If the brake fluid boiled creating the brake drag where is the air now Make sure they document what happened for your future evidence if necc. If the discspads were the culprit the glazing will be obvious to the eye or touch when compared to the fronts. Its unlucky you tried to maintain your jeep

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Rear Brake Job

Anyone have a good DIY on rear brakes Ive looked on Youtube and stuff but havent found one specific to the liberty there are a couple of them doing a Honda and some other cars. Doing Fronts this weekend and hopefully rear if I can get good enough info. Thanks

It should take longer to remove the rear wheels then change the rear rotors and pads on a KJ with rear disc brakes. Just 2 bolts and compress the pistion back into the caliperits that easyno caliper mount to remove at all.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Rear brake problems

I have an 03 lib and Im having a problem with a back brake sticking. caliper seems to be okay when taken off it reacts well. But once in a while (it started once every two weeks now its almost happening everyday) the passenger side rear brake sticks. Seems to start when Im backing up. Sometime it just drags and sometimes it makes the rotor so hot it turns red. Now that brake pad is almost metal on

Quote Originally Posted by Lodator Couldnt just buy new pins and regrease them Seems like that would be the way to go before buying a whole new caliper. However buying a new rotor would be a good idea. I had this problem and I took the pins out cleaned the holes cleaned the pins then greased it all up and now its fine. I was lucky you may not be. I could see the pins were scarred in some areas I should

JEEP CHEROKEE ZJ Rear Disc Conversion to 8.25 Write Up - The Whole Truth

I drive my XJ on the streets of Jersey every day in stop and go commuter traffic with my kids inside. We deserve better brakes than what the XJ came with from the factory Whatever I did to upgrade I had to retain the parking brake feature as well since NJ State inspection requires it. After some research I found the ZJ (94-98 Grand cherokee) rear disc setup was almost a bolt-on affair to my Chrysler

JEEP CHEROKEE Rear discs

Well today I put the rear discs on. It took about 4 hours total and wasnt all that hard to do just a pita. I would have taken some pics but my wife left the camera in my mother in laws car. When I pulled the axle shafts the spider gears fell out and that kinda sucked but once you figure out how they go in it is no big deal. Its also a good idea to replace the axle seals while you have the shafts out.

lines and the e-brake shoes. There really isnt a whole lot to it. The only fab work needed to make them fit was to enlarge the center hole of the mounting bracket and backing plate because the 8.25 axle is thicker then the d35 the brakes came off of. I also had to drill out the bolt holes a little. Everything pretty much just bolts right on. I didnt hook up the e-brake yet. After I lifted the jeep

lines and the e-brake shoes. There really isnt a whole lot to it. The only fab work needed to make them fit was to enlarge the center hole of the mounting bracket and backing plate because the 8.25 axle is thicker then the d35 the brakes came off of. I also had to drill out the bolt holes a little. Everything pretty much just bolts right on. I didnt hook up the e-brake yet. After I lifted the jeep

lines and the e-brake shoes. There really isnt a whole lot to it. The only fab work needed to make them fit was to enlarge the center hole of the mounting bracket and backing plate because the 8.25 axle is thicker then the d35 the brakes came off of. I also had to drill out the bolt holes a little. Everything pretty much just bolts right on. I didnt hook up the e-brake yet. After I lifted the jeep

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE smoke billowing from rear...again

Hey all i have a 03 liberty with the 3.7L with 50k on the odometer. Shortly after i bought it i noticed smoke was pouring out from the left rear wheel well after a short trip to the gym the rim was extremely hot which lead me to believe there was a brake issue after i got it home i removed the wheel disconnected the e-brake cable to find the lever on the caliper was hanging up i took a screwdriver

the dealership where they replaced the parking brake cable and inspected everything else. Now today 4 months later i get back home from work and notice smoke billowing out from the Right rear this time with the smell of burning brakes and the rim too hot to touch. I do use my e-brake in my driveway since its on a hill i know a few are gonna say dont use my e-brake but heres the thing I bought a jeep

JEEP CHEROKEE Disc Brake Conversion Kit by G2

Hi guys Im planning on installing the rear disc brake conversion kit by G2 on my cherokee does anyone have experience with this kit please let me know Willem

Skip it go to the junk yard and get the rear disc brakes off of a early generation liberty. Early Grand cherokee rear disks work really well with minor modifications. I spent about 60 in parts from the junk yard and about 250 for new pads parking brake shoes rotors and calipers.

JEEP CHEROKEE disc brake swap question

i am currently gathering all the parts ill be needing for the rear disc brake conversion on my 99 cherokee Sport. i am having no luck finding the backing plates at the JY so im going to have to go to the stealership. does anyone know off hand the part numbers for the backing plates for the KJ or ZJ id like to try to hunt them down via the internet before I get bent over at Chrysler. thanks in advance

Send me a PM I have several sets of ZJ brackets with calipers and one set of KJ liberty brackets and calipers. ZJ disk brake parts caliper Mounting Bracket (Left) - Part 4796343 caliper Mounting Bracket (Right) - Part 4796342 Dust shield Backing Plate (Left) - Part 4762129 Dust Shield Backing Plate (Right) - Part 4762128 brake Rotor (2) - Part 52008184 Parking brake Lever Boot (2) Part 4762124 Banjo

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Jeep Brakes

Just had the liberty at the dealer for a check-up and oil change. Tech says i will need to have my read brakes replaced at the time of my next oil change. He said something like 332. Whatever that number means. Something about being close to the minimum. Anyway. Since my 2003 was the first year they used all 4 wheel disc brakes this will hopefully be an easy do-it-youselfer. Anyone have recommendations

What he means is 332nds of an inch left of pad material I havent done em on a Libby yet but disc brakes are generally simple to change. One caution on rear discs. If the parking brake actuates the rear caliper (and not a set of dedicated brake shoes in the disc hub) then the caliper piston usually needs to be ROTATED back into position. They sell some universal tool kits to perform this but sometimes

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE sick of replacing front brakes every year

What are my options My wifes steering shakes like hell. When I replace the front brakes it goes away. Replaced every spring for the last three years. They are never very worn. Would drilledslotted rotors help Is it something else that also needs to be replaced calipers

I have the same problem on my renegade (2002). It has discs in the front and drum in the back. I got about 40k out of the first set of pads and rotors before they were gone. I then replaced them last august and by the time January came around my rotors are already warped. In searching for problems I did a few tests and used an IR thermometer to test brake temp after different stop speeds. Turns out

Quote Originally Posted by jeepkj617 I have the same problem on my renegade (2002). It has discs in the front and drum in the back. I got about 40k out of the first set of pads and rotors before they were gone. I then replaced them last august and by the time January came around my rotors are already warped. In searching for problems I did a few tests and used an IR thermometer to test brake temp after

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE rear rotors jeep liberty

can remove rear rotors on son jeep liberty. have evertything removebut rotors will not come off. can e-mail me jmaggio2rochester.rr.com

I just finished the rears on my 08 the parking brake pads in the rotor were a nightmare. Even after turning the adjustment wheel all the way down they would not clear the rotor I also disconnected the cable. The rotor was loose but the pads would catch on the edge of the rotor causing the pads to twist inside the hat. The rotor and caliper bracket look like theyve been in the ocean they were so rusted.

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Help with rear end problem lol Got me stumped

My first thread but love this forum Ok first of all I am female and dont work on my jeep myself. I can change a tire and change the oil other than that please use small words. The problem After I drive about an hour when first accelerating either in forward or reverse and especially when turning I have a grinding sound that is quite loud I can hear it with the windows up. It is not a clunking but sounds

If the limited slip diff was lacking friction modifier additive youd hear a chatter when making turns ONLY. The clutch packs in the diff are not engaged when both wheels are spinning at the same rate. Highly doubtful this would be the problem because higher mileage limited slip diffs are so worn that the lack of additive wouldnt matter. Based on your description the noise happens both when accelerating

JEEP WRANGLER Dual Piston Rear Disc Brake Conversion

Has anyone ever seen done or tried to fit DUAL piston caliper rear disc brakes in a TJ I understand the front disc brakes do most of the braking in these jeeps and dual piston caliper front brakes can be bought or built using Ford Exploder parts. I also know single piston caliper rear disc brake kits can be purchased or built. What I want to know is if anyone has ever put dual piston caliper rear disc brakes in a TJ that originally had drums

Quote Originally Posted by smooth1 That still leaves me with the crappy drums in the rear which I am trying to address . Get some parts (backing plate calipers) from the junkyard from a D44 c8.25or D35 out of a rig that has rear disks (liberty Grand cherokee TJ you name it.) . Get new rotors and pads and you should be golden. There are threads in this forum which document the swap. I dont believe it is a big deal. Cheers Mike

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Are there alot of probs with 2003 rotorsbrakes

My wife brought her 2003 Lib in for an inspection into a shop that we trust. Couple of phone calls later they needed to do a rear brake job fine... BUT they said that the rotors were also too worn down rusted pitted to be turned and should be replaced. They said they were too thin and if turned the rotors would be too thin and would eventually warp soon. They also told us that they have replaced alot

my brake pads lasted for 75k miles but the front brakes are the only ones that work. the rear brakes dont do a thing. this is usually not a problem unless the road is wet and if it is then i will slide forever before i stop. i changed all the front brakesrotorscaliperseverything on the front and also new shoes on the back. same thing. have to use my emergency brake to stop on wet roads to make the

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Just bought an 04 Liberty Columbia ED

Ive had it for a week and the emergency brake is sticking so I brought it in. I know this cause at a full stop she wont move forward on her own and my rear wheels get hot. The dealer said they fixed it so I picked it up last night .....put on the emergency brake while driving home (at a stop) and the same problem come up except only one wheel is sticking and the emergency hardly works unless I pull

The mechanic is stupid Some people are biased and believe they are correct about everything. The fact is they have sold over 1million libertys and there are tons or happy people on jeep forums. Do not base your idea about the liberty on what some guy said. I hate hummers but does that mean they suck Well probably but we wont go there. Anyway your problem is probably a seized caliper not a bad parking

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE ABS puzzle

Hi Guys Im in Scotland and new to the forum. Ive got a 2006 2.8 crd with 42000 miles on the clock. Have had the abs basesp and slippery car sign on for several weeks now. Not all the time but most of it. After a 20 mile or so run and after being parked for about an hour the lights will sometimes go out and stay out when you re-start sometimes they come back on again. Theres no real pattern. Ive done

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE 6in

Looking to find a 6inch kit for my 05 KJ any ideas on some of the best

Quote Originally Posted by justanotherjpr Granted I have an XJ but I dont understand how it could cost 18k if you do the work yourself - even if you spent 4000 each on pro rok 60s. I spent 26000 on parts alone.Its all the small things that add up real fast like nuts and boltsmodified PS linesand all of that add up real fast.Not to mention you have to re-engineer the whole front end as the KJ is IFS

JEEP LIBERTY CHEROKEE Rotor size

2002 2.5CRD liberty sport (cherokee here in England) I need to replace my front rotors simple but when looking for replacements i find out there are 2 sizes. 288mm for cars with 15 wheels and 302mm for cars with 16 wheels. I need to replace my rotors due to judder when breaking. When i inspect the brakes they are newish (car is new to me) and the rotors are 288mm but my car has 16 wheels Has the previous

Quote Originally Posted by fern30 I agree you couldnt put bigger rotors on but it looks like there is room for 7 more mm in the caliper and the rotor is worn from the pads right up to the edge im supposed to have a bit of a lip running around the edge of the rotor Lip Sometimes depends on the specs. Some MFRs replacement pads can be less wide and make it look like the rotor is larger when you actually

JEEP CHEROKEE Vote for March MALLCRAWLER of the Month

I tried to pick a mallcrawling picsclean rigs sorta combo. Sorry for those that did not make the cut. Vote for who you think has the best MALLCRAWLER Entry 1 Kettles 2001 XJ Patriot Blue Pear Coat Named Dee 4.0L AW4 NP231 D308.25 3.55 gears open. 2357515 Firestone Destination AT stock steel wheels. Custom AJs OffRoad Bumper Removable Winch Keypad Ignition OBA (downgraded from the AC compressor but

JEEP WRANGLER Technical Trivia of the Day

I am replacing the brake pads and rotors on my jeep. I have already purchased ceramic pads for front and rear. I was going to have the rotors turned but Chryslers rotors are so ty that they were flaking apart from the slight pits in them. As I started pricing new rotors everyone was trying to up sell me on new pads which I already have. So my question is What type of pad did a 2006 jeep Wrangler Rubicon

optional wheels. DaimlerChrysler does NOT recommend installing aftermarket ceramic pads. They say these pads are highly abrasive to rotors and will accelerate wear and magnify roughness. If used on a typical SAE G3000 gray cast iron rotor they will wear rapidly and create variations in thickness. This will cause a pad vibration (brake judder). Engineers call this variable brake torque input. jeep

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