Question about 1996 Honda Accord
In order to remove the front rotor, you will have to remove the brake calipers first. Get a bungee, a string or wire and use it to support and hang the caliper out of the way. This will prevent excess stress on the brake line. You do not need to remove the 4 lugs, but you do need to remove the 2 Phillips head screws. Be careful not to strip the screw heads, otherwise you will end up having to drill out the heads. Once the screws are out, tap around the edge of the rotor, preferably with a brass or other non-steel hammer, until it comes loose. If it doesn't come loose, application of a good quality penetrating oil around the raised lip near the center can be helpful.
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Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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