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How do I remove a rotor on my 2004 jaguar x-type. I already have the caliper off. Not sure if i just use a hammer to get it loose from the back.

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Never use a hammer on brake service, if your planning on keeping the parts. I assume you never clean off rust or put any lube on the hub or rotor, at least once a year,and now the rotor is rusted on.
Put a penetrating lube on center of hub/rotor and use a block of wood to tap and vibrate it loose.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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Replacing front rotors on s type jaguar 2004,do i need to take top of brake fluid container,also do i leave handbrake on or of,thank you.


the cap can stay on, the handbrake will come off with the calipers just make sure its in the off position.

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How do i change front rotors on s type jaguar 2004


you have to remove the 2 bolts holding on the caliper.
separate the caliper from the bracket.
remove the 2 bracket bolts,and after the bracket is off,the rotor can be removed.
some times the rotor needs to be hit with a 32oz hammer to knock it loose.hit the center hub,not the rotor pad surface.
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They are pretty easy. I just did my friends front rotors and pads on an 01' Acura TL's. Pull all wheels off. Take pads off shoud be a 14mm to take the calipers off. Compress the calipers. Hang up your calipers w/ wire or string so they are not hanging by the brake line. Next look on the back side of the carrier. There will be 2 17mm bolts holding a the bracket for the calipers and pads. If you have trouble breaking them free, use a brass or dead blow hammer on the wrench. (You will be doing the same to tighten the bolts back up.) Next there will be 2 phillips head screws on the rotors. Now these can be a royal pain to get out w/ out stripping the head of the scews. I used an impact tool w/ a hammer to get them out. The craftsman one runs about 30 bucks. (It is not an air tool. It just looks like an oversized screw driver. It is spring loaded, so when you nail it w/ the hammer you will want to twist at the same time and it will break the screws loose.) Once those screws are out pull the rotors off. Degrease the new ones and reverse the process. Make sure you use the impact tool to put the screws back in. Hopefully the rotors come w/ them.
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