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How remove front brake rotors from 1990 4Runner w/ auto lock hubs?

Hello, I just read about the 1995 4Runner rotor / hub answer you gave but your answer dealt w/ only manual lock hubs...I have auto lock. Is it any different? I've the same center 6 nuts off the bolts and the single bolt under the cap off but nothing budges. I've no special bearing tool so should I haul it to the mechanics or is the tool cheap and easy to use?
Thanks so much for your time & insight.
Ed

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You might try Google, '95 4runner hub r&r. I did it for the starter in my daughter's neon and found step by step instructions. good luck, John

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