Question about 2004 Suzuki Aerio
I do not know how the rotor comes off. I have the caliper removed (along with the mounting bracket), i have the shaft nut off...can't seem to figure out how the rotor comes off.
Look on the face of the rotor. Not the part the pads contact. Between the lug nuts. Many rotors have 2 phillips head screws holding them in place. If there are no screws then it is probably rusted in place and will need to be smacked with a hammer until it pops off. If you are replacing the rotor then don't be shy beat the hell out of it. It is not uncommon at all to have to shatter the rotor to get it to come off if it is really rusted in there good. I have seen it take a professional mechanic with a 3lb. sledge hammer near an hour or more to get 1 rotor off when the rust is really bad.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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