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Im trying to install a new rear hub assembly and cannot get the rotor off. Any sugestions.

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I removed the rear rotor very easy.
Look at the rotor, it has 2 holes with treads.
Find 2 metric screws that fit. Screw them and the rotor will come off.

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Remove the rotors. Rusted rotors will most likely stick to the car due to the iron oxidizing and bonding to the mount of the wheel. If this happens, you are going to need a little force to remove the rotor from the wheel. With the car properly secured, get a single-hand sledge mallet (rubber preferably to protect the rotor). If you don’t have a rubber mallet, use a block of wood to absorb direct hits. Start at the top of the rotor and tap the edge of the rotor gently as you move clockwise around the rotor. Once loose, remove the rotor from the car.

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I have a 83 Bronco 351w I am doing the brakes and the passenger side rotor needs to be replaced can someone walk me through this thanks


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* remove wheels, remove brake calliper and bracket assemblies.

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* the brake rotor bolts to the rear of the hub, you will have to remove and replace rotor to hubs, make sure all bolts are thread locked with loctite 263 and tensioned to spec.

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Rear bearing


Remove the rear wheel, if the vehicle has rear disc brakes remove the brake caliper and brake rotor, If the vehicle has drum brakes , slide the drum off. Remove the 4 hub mounting bolts located on the back side of the backing plate.Using a hammer tap on the hub assembly (near the wheel studs) Reverse the steps to install the new hub assembly.

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How do i pull the hub off my 2002 mazda , on drivers side front


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Except Miata FRONT
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Steering knuckle from the vehicle
    • Inner oil seal from the knuckle
  3. Using Mazda Hub Puller tools 49 G033 102, 49 G033 104 and 49 G033 105, pull the front wheel hub from the knuckle assembly.
  4. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    • Retaining ring from within the knuckle
    • Front wheel bearing from the knuckle, using the hub puller tools
    • Brake dust shield
  5. Clean and inspect all parts but do not wash or clean the wheel bearing. The bearing must be replaced. To install:
  6. Using Mazda Press tools 49 G033 107 and 49 H026 103, install a new dust shield cover assembly to the knuckle.
  7. Using the press tools, press a new wheel bearing into the knuckle assembly.
  8. Install or connect the following:
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions in the beginning of this section. NOTE: The wheel bearings are not serviceable. If the bearings are bad, a new hub/bearing assembly must be installed.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Rear wheels Fig. 1: Exploded view of the rear wheel hub and bearing assembly (disc brake model shown, drum is similar) 7923mg87.gif

    • Brake drum, if equipped
    • Rear caliper and rotor assembly from the hub, if equipped
    • Hub dust cover
  3. Raise the staked portion of the hub retaining nut with a hammer and chisel.
  4. Remove or disconnect the following:
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  5. Install or connect the following:
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When buying rotors for a 95 Bronco 4X4 should the rotors be seperate from the hub or should they be attached as one piece? Im getting mixed info from part stores.


The reason you're getting mixed info from parts stores is because it comes both ways.
Look at the following to determine which one you have, 4 wheel disc brakes (floating front rotors) or rear drum brake model (except 4 wheel disc brakes):
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  1. Jack up the front of the truck and support it with jackstands. Remove the front wheel.
  2. Remove the caliper assembly and support it on the frame with a piece of wire (or something equally secure) without disconnecting the brake fluid hose.
  3. Remove the hub and rotor assembly.
  4. Install the rotor in the reverse order of removal, and adjust the wheel bearing as outlined in Section 1.
F-Super Duty with 4-Wheel Disc Brakes The hub and rotor are individual pieces, allowing the rotor to be replaced independently. The front and rear rotors are the same and are attached with 10 bolts and washers. The bolts are tightened a little at a time, in a crisscross fashion, to an ultimate torque of 74–89 ft. lbs. (100–121 Nm). prev.gif next.gif

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Need to know the torque specs for a rear wheel bearing on a 1999 monte carlo?


Hub & Bearing 3.8L engine Removal & Installation To Remove:
Hub and bearing assembly mounting 88008g39.gif

All W-body cars are equipped with sealed hub and bearing assemblies. The hub and bearing assemblies are not serviceable. If the assembly is damaged, the complete unit must be replaced.
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  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle with jackstands.
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  4. If equipped with rear disc brakes, remove the caliper, bracket and rotor.
  5. If equipped with rear drum brakes, remove the brake hose bracket and drum.
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  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  3. Remove the caliper from the spindle and rotor, but do not disconnect the brake hose. Suspend the caliper inside the fender housing with a length of wire. Do not let the caliper hang by the brake hose.
  4. Remove the grease cap from the hub and remove the cotter pin, nut retainer and adjusting nut.
  5. Grasp the hub/rotor assembly and pull it out far enough to loosen the washer and outer wheel bearing. Push the hub/rotor assembly back onto the spindle and remove the washer and outer wheel bearing.
  6. Remove the hub/rotor assembly from the spindle.
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  2. If the original rotor is being installed, make sure the grease in the hub is clean and adequate, the inner bearing and grease seal are lubricated and in good condition, and the rotor braking surfaces are clean.
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1) open the bonnet (hood) of the car and loosen/remove the cap off of the brake fluid resevior.
2) remove outer spring clamp from brake assembly (it clips in to the iner edge of the holes of the caliper).
3)using a 7 MM allen wrench, remove the brake caliper.
4) using 18 MM box wrench, remove the caliper housing assembly off of the wheel hub.
5) using a star wrench, unscrew the rotor locking screw from the rotor
6) squirt some liquid wrench on the rotor hub and knock the rotor with a hammer to work the liquid wrench in.
7) using the same hammer, knock the rotor off the hub.
8) using a metal file, lightly file old residue off of the hub and place the new rotor on the hub.
9) set the hub by screwing in the lug nuts and then screw in the hub locking screw using the star wrench, then remove the lug nuts.
10) reinstall the caliper housing assembly onto the wheel hub using the 18 MM box wrench.
11) push back the brake claiper piston to its home position and install the inner brake pad (the one with the snap clips)
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13) slide on the caliper housing with the inner brake pad in place (over the outer brake pad) and screw in the caliper screw rods using the 7 MM allen wrench
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15) be sure to reinsert the spring clamp onto the outer brake assembly to set the assembly squarely onto the wheel (there should be no wiggle in the brake assembly after the spring clamps are installed).
16) finally mount the wheels.
17) you can bleed the brakes at this point to release any trapped air (which is unlikely) but be sure to pump the brakes after starting the car BUT BEFORE MOVING IT to re-preassurize the brake system before driving the car.
17) ONE WEEK LATER - recheck brake assembly to ensure all is okay and brake fluid.

This proposed solution is for a 2003 Mercedes Benz E320 and NOT a 2005 model as stated by the limited option selection provided by FIXYA.com when initially describing the problem.

Jul 09, 2008 | 2005 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz E320 Cdi

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