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Im trying to replace the rotors and im having a Hard time getting it off. HELP

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YOU HAVE TO REMOVE CALIPER BRACKET.YOU HAVE TO SEPERATE TIE ROD FROM THE STEERING KNUCKLE USING A SUITABLE TOOL.PULL THE STEERING KNUCLE OUTWARD AND REMOVE THE HALFSHAFT OUTBOARD CV JOINT FROM THE KNUCKLE USING A SUITABLE RUBBER OR PLASTIC HAMMER.REMOVE THE 4 BOLTS RETAINING THE HUB UNIT TO THE STEERING KNUCKLE AND REMOVE THE HUB UNIT.REMOVE THE 4 BOLTS THEN SEPERATE THE HUB UNIT FROM THE BRAKE ROTOR.TO INSTALL - ASSEMBLE THE DISC TO THE HUB UNIT AND TORQUE THE BOLTS 40 FT LBS.WHEN INSTALLING THE HUB TO THE KNUCKLE USE NEW SELF LOCKING BOLTS. AND TORQUE TO 33 FT LBS.WHEN INSTALLING THE STEERING KNUCKLE TORQUE THE UPPER NUT TO 32 FT LBS.AND THE LOWER BALL JOINT NUT TO 40 FT LBS.THEN TIGHTEN AS REQUIRED TO INSTALL A NEW COTTER PIN.

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You might want to spray some WD-40 around the center of the rotor and the wheel lugs. Usually on Honda's, the rotors will have 2 threaded holes to put in bolts. Screw in each bolt equally to help push the rotor away from the hub.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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