Question about 1992 Ford Explorer
Take the wheel nuts off, clean off all rust from where the center of rotor meets axle, both front and back, spray with anti seize, wait an hour or so , Then if you are putting on new rotors tap rotor with a hammer or light sledge hammer from the back turning the rotor each whack. If you are trying to save the rotor use a piece of wood against rotor while you pound. Do not go crazy and pound with all your strength as this might cause futher damage. If you have a torch it would help to heat up the rotor where it meets the axle. Also don't go crazy with the heat.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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