Question about 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a 2006 jeep grand cherokee Laredo 4.7 all wheel drive and I am looking to fine out how to take off the rotars, Can someone help me please
Remove the brake calipers and the rotors should come right off. If not, spray solvent into wheel stud holes and around the rotor/hub parting line and use a rubber mallet on the rotor (You can also use a piece of 2x4 and lay it across the rotor and strike it with a regular hammer.) From time to time some manufacturers use a flat screw installed in the rotor to hub face, to keep rotor on while going down the assembly line...check to make sure there aren't any on yours.(though I don't remember ever seeing any on Jeeps)
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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