Question about Mercury Mystique
1. remove wheel
2. remove (unbolt) the brake caliper assembly and wire or zip tie to hang somewhere out of the way as to not put stress on flexible brake line
3. if rotor does not slide off hub, there may be a clip like an internal star washer retaining it on one of the lug studs, small retaining bolts in the face of the rotor, or some auto manufacterers even have the wheel bearing as part of the rotor assembly ( these conditions are apparrent after tire/wheel is removed
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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