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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should be a matter of removing the wheel, the caliper and torque
member to get the rotor to come off. There are two bolts that hold the
caliper on the torque member and then another two that hold the torque
member on the spindle hub. Now, the rotor comes off the wheel studs
and you should be there.
Let me know if you need further help. If you need a diagram, I would suggest buying a Haynes Manual from a local NAPA, Autozone, or Checker, or even a Fleet Farm and those will have complete instructions and diagrams for everything on the vehicle and are a great thing to have for every vehicle that you own.
If you have any other questions, please let me know, thanks.
Posted on May 17, 2008
remove two bolts holding disc caliper to strut assembly. remove discpads.use a g-clamp to push brake pistons back so that when you insert new pads the caliper will easily fit over disc.tighten bolts securely
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
do you have a hole in the piston or gasket? If in the piston it is most likely from coolant or water. If water, could be a cracked head, or being sucked in through the intake and building up in the 6th cyl. I have a lexus that had a hole in the side of the motor and noon could figure out why. I pulled the head and found water... Put new block in and egr codes came up. Pulled EGR and found it was sucking in water, due to an exhaust leak that was allowing condensation to build and would not blow out once in the egr tube. If you face the same problem (hole in block) I am going to say too much compression. Could be from head gasket not being torqued properly and leaking cooland, cracked head, or wrong spark plugs-and worst case scenario which I have yet to witness, bad spark plug gap. Not likely on your car, i would think.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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