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How can I take out the break disc of thr Sierra pick up GMC 1998

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    After reading you comments, I decide apply force to come out the disc because I already do you advised, but for the first time I see a sensor I think that melting with the disc and maintain the disc attached to the chassis.

    I did break the ABS sensor or what?
    What is in the back of the disc?

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    The ABS sensor is melting and like welder the disc to the chasis. With a litter force the disc came out

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Once you remove the tire and brake Caliper you have to remove the center retaining bolt. Be careful when you do this as this bolt also holds the bearings in place. Once you remove the Nut and washer you should be able to remove the brake dis. be careful not to drop the bearings and make sure you keep them in the right order. The front and rear bearings are not interchangeable.

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