There are many parts in your braking system, such as the Dodge brake caliper, all working together to ensure that your vehicle is able to smoothly slow and stop as you press the brake pedal. Your Dodge brake caliper is the part that presses your brake pads against the rotor, applying the pressure that serves to create the friction necessary for the brake pads to slow the revolutions of the rotor and bring the vehicle to a stop. There are a variety of symptoms that can indicate that your Dodge brake caliper is edging its way towards failure. These include a sharp pull to one side when pressing the brake pedal, the locking up of a wheel, and a light touch on the pedal resulting hard stop feeling. Inspecting your Dodge brake caliper will involve removing the wheel and getting your hands dirty. You'll want to look for obvious signs of corrosion or other damage on your Dodge brake caliper, as well as making sure that the moving parts are able to do so. You'll also want to check to make sure that the bleeder valve is functioning. If you do find that you need to replace your Dodge brake caliper, you'll find that we offer a variety of Dodge brake caliper replacements in our parts listings, and you'll easily find what you need for your year and model. The Dodge brake caliper you receive from us, in addition to being well priced, will be a reliable replacement part, made to the same stringent standards as the one that was factory installed on your vehicle. It will be sure to take you just as many, if not more, miles as the original, contributing to countless slows and stops. Our online catalog is easy to use, and you'll have no trouble placing your Dodge brake caliper order using our online ordering system, nor will you have to worry about the safety of your information, as our encryption will keep it safe. If you'd rather place your Dodge brake caliper order by phone, we have a toll-free number available for your convenience.