Question about 2005 Kia Sorento
After bending the indentation on the collar of the 1.25" nut, I could not break it loose. Should I try a breaker bar. Shouldn't this be only zeroed out to hold bearings and rotor on axle?
If i understand the question , you want to remove the rotors ? don't mess the that big nut , just remove the caliper , there should be 2 phillips screws holding the rotor onto the hub , unless last guy didn't replace them , rotor pops off at that point , if there may be a little rustage on them you might have to give them a slight tap with a soft hammer , to free them , now , if you are trying to replace that sealed bearing thats different , repost if so . thanks .
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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