Plymouth Workshop Manuals
PB 150 V8-318 5.2L VIN T 2-BBL (1983)
Brakes and Traction Control > Disc Brake System > Brake Caliper > Component Information > Service and Repair > Removal and Installation > Page 2536
Fig 14 Honing Piston Bore
Clean all parts using alcohol or a suitable solvent and blow dry, using compressed air. Blow out all drilled passages and bores.
NOTE: Whenever a caliper has been disassembled, a new boot and seal must be installed at reassembly.
Inspect the piston bore for scoring or pitting.
Install a new piston if it is pitted, scored or the plating is severely worn.
Bores that show light scratches or corrosion, can usually be cleared with crocus cloth.
Bores that have deep scratches or scoring should be honed, using Tool C-4095, or equivalent, providing the diameter of the bore is not
If the bore does not clean up within this specification, a new caliper housing should be installed.
NOTE: Black stains on the piston are caused by the piston seal and will do no harm.
When using Hone C-4095 or equivalent, coat the stones and bore with brake fluid.
After honing the bore, carefully clean the seal and boot grooves with stiff non-metallic rotary brush.
CAUTION: Use extreme care in cleaning the caliper after honing.
Remove all dirt and grit by flushing the caliper with brake fluid; wipe dry with a clean, lintless cloth and then clean a second time in the same
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