Question about 2004 Nissan Quest
Once the vehicle is supported properly and the wheel and the brake caliper are removed, spray some penetrating oil around the center area of the rotor and near the studs at the base, it gets corroded and rusty sometimes and just doesn't want to let go. then just tap from the back-side from left to right, top to bottom, not to hard and either with a block of wood, or gently with something harder so as not to damage, it will come off all at once once it breaks the seal.
There are 2 bolt holes located in-between the studs, these are normally used to screw in a 10 or 12MM bolt, which will cause the rotor to come off more efficiently without any chance of other damages.
Front and rear are basically the same.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
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