My 09 Challenger SRT8 has less than 13K but I have noticed when I wash it Im getting a drop or two of fluid driping off on two corners.
I seem to recall somewhere a place that offers exchange calipers or is it just as easy to buy a rebuild kit?? And from who? The rotors are fine and I put Centric pads on when I bought it new and I think they are probably still OK but would replace them if I have it apart. I see no need to replace the rotors if they are OK.
Info would be appreciated.
Last edited by tnek; 03-28-2012 at 01:03 PM.
you are still covered under warranty?
Yes you are covered
Not just another pretty fascia
they are fairly easy to rebuild. Just finished my big brake system front and rear. The dust boot will have the p/n on it and you can use that to match up the p/n for the seal. They are not cheap, but if you go through brembo racing technologies they will cost about 5+ bucks more apiece. Check out StopTech Rotor Replacement. Thats where I got all my replacemet parts.
Look at your bill of sale as well as both warrentys dodge has. Power train and bumber to bumber
I had an issue with my RT brakes and I took to the dealer (where I bought the car no less) with about 12100 miles on it. They told me the brakes were only covered for 12000 miles and did nothing to help me.
Mechanical Engineer - Eaton Corp / Tolco
2008 Steel Blue SRT8 Charger
2008 Silver R/T Charger: Eibach pro kit with dampers, BT catch can. SOLD to finish school.
wear items such as brake pads are covered by a 12month/12,000 mile warranty. Calipers should be covered under your basic warranty 3year/36,000 mile warranty