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How do I remove the rotors on a 94 accord?

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The way i do these is take the steering nuckle off loosen 4 bolts on out side of rotor turn nuckel over loosen 4 bolts on back sideplace face of rotor on press then press out hub bearing.mechanic book time is 3.4hours .they are not to easy.steering knuckle removal loosen top ball joint and lower ball joint cv axle nut ,outer tierod .hope this helped!!!!!!!!!!!!

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