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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front rotor nut
hi out of curiosity? are wanting to renew thebrake disc/rotor ? or the actual hub that rotor fits to ? as not usually necessary to have to remove hub to change rotor ? unless the rotor is bolted to hub from the rear ?
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
To remove the axle, losen axle nut with tire on the ground if possable, much easier without air tools. Disconnect strut at top of spindle, outter tie rod, and lower balljoint. Using a prybar pop axle out of transaxle. Some of these steps may be alittle different for your vehicle, these are general directions. If you are compitent enough to do this job then these steps will get you through it. If these steps confuse you pay someone else to do it.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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