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Saturn vue rotor removal

So what bad thing will happen if one removes the big center nut?

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That is an axle nut. It only hold s the axle into the hub assembly. 130 ft/lbs. Remove the caliper. 2 15mm bolts remove the caliper. The rotor should be loose. If there are star clips on 1 or 2 lug studs, cut them off and discard. These are for initial production only.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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