Question about 1998 Mazda Protege
I went to put winter tires on the car and snapped off three studs. Trying to get the brake rotor off to have a look at the wheel hub and get the studs replaced.
Any suggestions? Do I have to remove the big center nut to get the rotor off?
I changed the battery and altenator but its(altenator) still not charging.?
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
You do not have to remove the big center nut. You might have to tap on it with a hammer to get it off. If there is anything solid near it to pry against (don't pry against the dust shield) try that too. If none of this helps you can try heating it near the center. You should be able to get it off without heating it but it is possible that that is what you will have to do.
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