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How to change my front rotors - 1995 Honda Accord

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To change the rotors you will need to first remove the wheels, then remove the brake caliper and brake pads. Next, you will need to remove the caliper mounting bracket. Once you have done this, the rotors should just pull off. If they still seem stuck you can try tapping on them with a wrench as they may be stuck on the hub do the brake heat and pressure over time.

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