A1 CARDONE 18-P4900 Disc Brake Caliper fits Chrysler Pacifica 2008-04

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CARDONE Ultra(TM) Premium Calipers feature an exclusive, silver weather-proof coating that protects against rust and corrosion. Since 2002, over 70% of new vehicles have come with premium, open-spoke wheels, so high-end appearance and performance are important to today's car owner. CARDONE Ultra(TM) Premium Calipers deliver both, as they are backed by over 45 years of remanufacturing expertise. With all the installation hardware provided in the box, including banjo bolt and mounting bracket, these calipers are a snap to install. Between the premium appearance, reliable performance and easy installation, CARDONE Ultra(TM) Premium Calipers truly go “above and beyond” the average brake caliper.

Vehicle Fitment Summary

Chrysler Pacifica 2008-04


Part Type
Disc Brake Caliper
Features and Benefits

An exclusive silver weather-proof coating that stops rust from forming, maintaining a showroom appearance.

New stainless steel hardware clips and new mounting pins are included where applicable.

Rubber seals are replaced with new high temperature EPDM rubber for extended life and optimum performance.

Mounting bracket is included where applicable for a hassle-free installation.

Pistons are durable, resistant to cracking or pitting and handle great loads.

New banjo bolts are included where applicable to ensure a perfect fit and quick installation.

New bleeder screws provide trouble-free bleeding and a positive seal.

New washers are included where applicable for a proper seal.

A plastic cap plug protects every brake port thread to ensure a trouble free installation.

First Application Year
Inlet Port Size
7/16 x 20
Piston Quantity
Piston Material
Package Contents
Caliper, Bracket, Hardware kit
Bleeder Port Size
M10 x 1.0
Brake Caliper Finish
Powder Coated
Installation Hardware Included
Pads Included
Mounting Bolts Included
Piston Size (OD) (mm)
Piston Size (OD) (in)
Caliper Color

Can I switch out a Phenolic Piston Caliper for a Steel Piston Caliper or vice versa?

Not recommended. The O.E. manufacturers specified steel or phenolic pistons based on the intended use of the vehicle. It is recommended that the installer follow the manufacturer’s recommendations.

What type of fluid should I use: DOT 3, DOT 4, or DOT 5?

As a rule, always use brake fluid recommended by O.E. The fluid type is stamped on the master cylinder reservoir lid. Always use new fluid in a sealed container.

Car pulls to one side during braking. Why?

Inspect both calipers for binding or sticky slides or pins. Also ensure that brake hoses are not collapsed or restricted and inspect steering/suspension components for proper operation.

Brakes squeal all of the time. What's causing the squeal?

Brake squeal can be caused by improper installation of the brake pads, improperly installed brake hardware and improper brake rotor finish.

Could calipers be the cause of a low brake pedal?

A symptom of a low brake pedal is usually caused by air in the system, misadjusted rear brake shoes, deteriorated brake hose(s) or a defective master cylinder.

What type of grease is used on floating caliper mounting pins?

A silicone grease is used on floating caliper mounting pins.

Do all of your Calipers come with the new hardware and a mounting bracket for installation?

New hardware is included with all of our Calipers however the mounting bracket is an added option depending on part number and application. Mounting Brackets are also sold separately for most applications.

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