Question about Jaguar X-Type
If im not mistaken they have to be pressed on and off by a machine shop which means you would have to remove the front bearing pack located under the grease cap. take out the cotter pin then loosen the tower nut and slide it off the front spindle and slide off the rotor. remeber you should clean and repack the bearings you remove when you put the car back together and replace the dollar cotter pins, youll be glad you did when your putting the car back together.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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