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How do I remove the rotors on my 91 trooper 2

Just need to replace the rotors probaly all four and brake pads the whole shabang help how do I do it

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It can be hard, because the car is old youll need a hammer and a lot of lubrication especially if it never been done before also it will take a day

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My brake pedal is hard after replacing the front pads. 1990 4runner


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Hello, the front pads are an easy job, biggest part to all the disassembly is whether the Rotors come off easy or not. You have many choices in pad composition and whether you want to keep old Rotors and recut them or just buy new Rotors.

If you have a 4x4 the Rotors come off the same as in a 2 wheel drive. There are 2 mounting bolts for the Caliper and 2 bigger mounting bolts for Housing assembly. When you remove the Caliper, hang it with a rope or wire underneath the SUV. Do not let it dangle by its hose.

There are mounting clips termed "Hardware" which must be replaced and you need to grease the hardware with a special brake grease like "Slid-ease". Another chemical for the pad is a red pad mounting paste which prevents rattles. Reassemble housing, pads and Caliper and when doing so, you need to compress the Caliper pistons to provide clearance for the new thicker pads.

You can use the old pad and a "C" clamp or pry against the old pad to push in the Caliper pistons. Sometimes it helps to remove the Master Cylinder lid as fluid will return to the Master Cylinder.

The rear brakes I recommend a Brake shop. You have 2 sets of brakes on each axle. If you decide just to throw pads on this end and the Rotors are good its like winning the Lottery. But if you have to remove the Rotors, you have to deal with the Emergency brakes. The E brakes need to be adjusted so the Rotor will come off and then you will appreciate a Brake shop.

The Brake cables from the inside of your SUV to the rear wheels have to work or the E brakes won't. Some states with mandatory Vehicle inspections or Commercial DOT ratings require annual inspections.

If you have any further questions you can use the reply feature on this site. I would also recommend using an Antiseize compound inside the rotors where the rotor contacts the hubs and stud bolts. I hope you find my solution very helpful.

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Should the center spindle nut and 2 torgued phillip head screws be removed to replace front brake rotor on 1999 honda accord lx


will try to help. 1st remove the wheel, then remove the 2 caliper bolts that hold the brake caliper on. after removal of brake caliper, [it should just pull off after the 2 bolts are removed] replace the brake pads[be sure to apply anti squeal lube to the outer side of the pads..not the pad itself,the one not contacting the brake rotor] install the pads, the you will need a C clamp to push the brake caliper pistons back into the caliper. i've used this installation easily. use the old pad ,place it against the caliper piston,then apply the C clamp and push the caliper piston back into the brake caliper, then the brake caliper will slide back over the new pads easily, no need to bleed the brakes if you use this solution. replace the brake caliper bolts, then go to next side and repeat the process. after the replacement of the front brake pads,pump the brakes with engine running!!! it's really a simple process. be sure the brake pads are facing the brake rotors with the [pads] facicing the rotors. no metal facing metal. easy! if you have added brake fluid recently, do not be alarmed if you see fluid coming out of the brake master cylinder,when you use the C clamp to collaspe the brake caliper back into the recessed position. [as always when you have to add brake fluid to the brake master cylinder,it only means your brakes are wearing naturally. if you have a vibration in front wheels or steering wheel when braking, you have a brake rotor or both front brake rotors that need replacement with your brakes also. hope this helps and as always, please get a second opinion if you have doubt. an expert will be happy to help. thank you for choosing fixya.com

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The ABS reluctor ring is mounted on the back of the rotor by three fasteners. They do NOT come with the new rotor. IF you did not transfer that part, there would be nothing for the sensor to get it's signal or (sine wve) from. That would set codes. Did you transfer abs ring along with the hub when putting on the new rotors ?

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Changing the rotors how do you get them off


remove the wheel, remove the brake caliper (whole) just remove the two mounting bolts that hold it to the "hub"
theres one or two screws in the face of the rotor, unscrew them, pull it off - a rubber mallet might help!
Clean up the hub with a wire brush before fitting the new rotor. screw in the 2 screws on the face of the new rotor. Fit new brake pads and squeeze the pistons open to slide the caliper and pads over the new rotor, refit the two mounting bolts to the brake caliper, press the brake pedal to seat the pads on the rotor. refit and tighten the wheel, go for short drive and test the brake gently, if all is fine start on the second rotor, just repeat the process again.
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I have never worked on one as I live in australia and I have not seen one here at all but I would imagine they are a similar setup to most modern vehicles.
Remove the wheel, the disc caliper should be in your view now so have a look at both ends of the caliper on the back to see if it has 2 bolts holding the caliper to the mounting plate, you may only need to remove 1 bolt and swing the caliper away from the rotor, if not just remove the 2 bolts and remove the whole caliper from the rotor.
To compress the caliper piston back into the caliper just use a "G" clamp and 1 of the worn out pad backing plates across the front of the piston and use the "G" clamp to compress the piston as you will not be able to get the caliper back over the rotor with the new pads in place.
You will have to replace the rotors if they have been damaged by the worn out brake pads.
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