Question about 2005 Suzuki XL-7
How to remove rotor for replacement
Front disc rotors? (not rear brake top hat rotor)
are you asking for all steps in the FSM. for this?
can I assume you've done other cars? or is this a first time ever thing.
wheel off, caliper off. hanging there with coat hanger. or tie wrap.
there before you, is a rotor mounted to a hub.
on mine there are 2 , M8 (8mm) holes there, threaded
in the FSM it shows that you put 2 bolts there and spin them down
and use the to force the rotor off the bearing hub.
the drums on Suz. do same deal.
read the day pass.? for 4 bucks.????
here is the drum , getting 8mm action. the rotors work the same way and for the same reason.
here is a google search for GV rotors
see the extra holes here.
if you need caliper help (remove) ask or wheel or >???
Buy the FSM .
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes use a small socket wrench as in a 1/4 in drive i had the same problem with my echoe not a lot of room to undo bolt with a bigger ratchet...As for the belt if serpitine you need to remember how to put the belt back in there should be a tensioner pulley that you need to move to remove and replace belts however swinging alternator out of way or removing same will allow some belts to be removed if only 1
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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