Question about Nissan Murano
The Murrano has two set of brakes on the rear, it has the internal one witch is your E brakes and then it has the regular caliper brakes. How to change the rear brake rotor? Well after you taken the calipers of you need to make sure you don't have your E-brake one. ( please make sure that if working on a drive way you shock the front tire) this will prevent the car from rolling. To change the rear rotor you have to hit the center of the rotor with a hammer. The rotor will pop out and then simply pull out and install the new one. NOTE: inspect the rear E-brake while you have the rotor out.
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