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Replace brakes replaced rotors w vented slotted rotors new rotors are rubbing on backing plate against inner lip of rotor, rotor depth is set by hub, disassembled reassembled, torqued 3 times no change,what else besides the rotors, assuming no damage, could it be

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Wrong rotors

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SOURCE: How to change brake rotors on '99 Accent?

Hit the sides of the rotor's center section (where the lug holes are) with a hammer - often, they'll seize from the heat of the braking system. Several firm taps on it all the way around usually loosens it. If not, hit it harder (seriously). Just don't hit the lug studs or you'll flatten the threads and have to replace them.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Brake rotor replacement

you should only have to take off the tire and the calipers, and the caliper bracket, there is no hub on the front wheels. there should be 2 bolts holding on the caliper bracket, usually with a big allen screw. they may be stuck so use a hammer to tap them loose. good luck

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: brake rotors for hyundai accent

The rotor is mounted to the hub by 4 bolts. The procedure is described in the service manual. Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register. You'll have access to the information you want after you register (shop manual, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc.).

Posted on May 28, 2009

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SOURCE: rear brakes (driver-side) squeal after replacing rotors and pads

you need to grease the metal clips at the top and bottom of the pads (dont get grease on the rotor or pad though) and also spray some "disc brake quiet" on the back of the pads. it comes in a red can and the spray that comes out is like sticky red paint. do those 2 things and the squeals will be gone.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 hyundai elantra brake rotor removal

if there are screws holding rotor on remove them.you can drill the heads of if you need to they realy dont do any thing remove caliper bracket if its in the way some rotors have drilled and taped holes in them if yoursn do thread bolts into them and tighten down this will put pressure on the rotor to pushit of hub if not use large hammer and hit the face of rotor between studs to loosen it up also dont be afraid to use lots of wd40 of so sort of penatrating oil on them to help loosen them up let me know how you make out

Posted on May 31, 2009

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Removal & Installation
  1. Siphon 2 / 3 of the brake fluid out of the master cylinder.
  2. Mark the relationship of the wheel to the wheel stud for re-installation purposes. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
  3. Install 2 lug nuts to secure the rotor in place when the caliper is removed.
  4. Install a large C-clamp over the top of the caliper housing and against the back of the outboard shoe. Slowly tighten the C-clamp until the caliper pistons are pushed into the caliper bore enough to slide the caliper assembly off the rotor. Use care not to tighten the C-clamp too far or the outboard shoe retaining spring will be deformed and require replacement.
  5. Remove the caliper mounting bolts and remove the brake caliper from the mounting bracket.
  6. DO NOT disconnect the brake hose from the caliper or allow the brake hose to support the weight of the caliper. Support the caliper on a piece of wire out of the way.
  7. Remove the outer brake pad from the caliper using a suitable prying tool to lift the outboard shoe retaining spring so that it will clear the caliper center lug and pull the brake pad out of the caliper.
  8. Remove the inner brake pad by unsnapping the shoe springs from the piston.

To install:


  1. Clean all parts well. If the brake pads were worn so badly that the brake rotor is damaged, it must be replaced. Light scoring of the rotor surfaces not exceeding 0.060 inch (1.5mm) in depth is not harmful to brake operation and may result from normal use. Brake rotors may be refinished. Do not use a rotor that, after refinishing, will not meet the thickness specification cast in the rotor. Always replace with a new rotor.
  2. If not done at removal, now use a C-clamp and clamp both pistons at the same time with a metal plate or wooden block across the face of both pistons. Take care not to damage the pistons or caliper boots.
    NOTE After bottoming the pistons into the caliper bore, lift the inner edge of each caliper boot next to the piston and press out any trapped air. Make sure each boot convolution is tucked back into place. Boots must lay flat.
  3. Inspect the caliper bushings for wear. Replace as necessary. Carefully inspect the slide bolts for corrosion. If corrosion if found, use new parts including the bushing assemblies when installing the caliper. Do not attempt to polish away corrosion. Lubricate caliper slide bolts with silicone grease.
  4. Install the new inner disc brake pad in the caliper by snapping the shoe retainer springs into the piston making sure both sets of locking tabs are seated in the caliper pistons. The pad must seat flat against the pistons.
  5. Install the outer pad into the caliper by snapping the outboard shoe retaining spring over the caliper center lug and into the housing slot. The pad will slide up onto the caliper and the retaining ring will lock into place on the groove in the caliper.
  6. The outer pad wear sensor should be at the trailing edge of the shoe during forward wheel rotation.
  7. Install the caliper mounting bolts and torque to 80 ft. lbs. (108 Nm).
  8. Remove the 2 nuts temporarily securing the rotor.
  9. Install the tire and wheel assembly and tighten to specification.
  10. Pump the brake pedal several times to seat the pads against the rotor.
  11. Check the brake fluid level and top off as necessary.
  12. Road test the vehicle to ensure the proper brake performance.

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Front right tire makes a grinding noise , hub assembly has been replace problem stills there, what will be the problem?


It could be a lemon replacement hub or it could actually be the tire. Check the tires tread for irregular wear patterns. If the hub was loose prior to change this could easily cause the tire to wear in a "choppy" fashion which can also cause a rough humming sound that I have often heard customers refer to as a grinding sound.

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I am replacing a front rotor on a 2003 chevy suburban Z71 1500. Can't get it off the hub. suggestions? Caliper has been removed. it sbould just "pop" right off right?


Sometimes there are two screws on the inner face of the rotor.  These are typically removed with an impact-screw-driver. I use a big screw driver and a hammer but have had to drill them out at times.  Wouldn't be a problem to leave them out but just helps to reduce any vibration.

The inner circle on the Router where it contact the Hub, or Wheel-bearing portion gets corroded - use a lubricant at this location and clean with sand-paper afterwards and perhaps some high-temperature brake grease after on this location as well as the studs holding on the wheel.
Further, the pins that hold the caliper on - should be able to slide in and out freely - if not, remove them, sand them and apply the same grease.
Further , the portion that the caliper sits on have rails that should be cleaned with a file or something as they develop a groove and doesn't allow the caliper to travel properly causing uneven wear on your inner or outer pad and causing the rotors to warp prematurely as well.  Apply same grease to this location as well.
Note; New rotors have a thin film of oil on them that should be removed with Brake-Cleaner or Gas.  If not, this will ruin your pads immediately.
Get all the grease and oil off your rotors and do not handle with your hands - use a dry, clean rag.
This should get you going.
Oh, the rotor stuck on... Give it a couple good whacks with a hammer - but don't strike the surrounding metals as may shatter things. Oh, don't use the hammer method if you want to re-use the rotors.  Inspect the backing plate which is the metal disk behind each rotor - sometimes these get out of place and will rub against the rotor making a noise.
My recommendation is always the best rotor and the soft, or fibre pads as it is easier to replace pads once a year than to replace the rotors - Rotors will last for 10 years this way.
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Need to replace rear brake rotors on 2003 Exp Sport Trac. can't get rotor off. see 4 nut behind assembly, believe they need to come off. once brakes off, how will that effect the e-brake/drum brake system,...


The rotor is not bolted on , the lugnuts from the wheel / tire holds the rotor in place. Once the caliper is removed , you will need to free the rotor from the wheel bearing/hub assembly . A large hammer will be required if rusted to the hub, then you may need to back off the e-brake shoes through the slot in the back of the backing plate, you must use a brake spoon and a pick to back off the adjuster to allow the rotor/drum to clear the ebrake shoes. please rate my answer, this helps me out , Thankyou have a great weekend. RJ

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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.
  7. Inspect the rotor for scoring and wear. Replace or machine as necessary. If machining, observe the minimum thickness specification.

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