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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First go to Wal-Mart and get some PB blaster penitrent spray around center of hub let set, mean while if there is a slot where you can get to break ajuster, back the breaks off providing the ajusters are not froze up from rust, if you can' back them off you will have to for go that, you may have to get a screwdriver or prybar to pry with, insert prybar between backing plate and break drumb and pry out and at same time strike other side with a hammer, keep spraying every once in a while and it should pop off, the problem is its rusted to hub and needs some perswaysion to come off. now in extream cases you may need a torch, depending on how long sense they have been off.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
if you changing the brakes you don't need to get the rotors out.you need to get the brake part
out first it has only two screws in back of the brake part....take it out, and you will be available to remove the brake. and if you want you can remove the rotors too. but you dont need to remove it. just take the brakes out and put the new ones.
Posted on May 05, 2009
SOURCE: brake rotors for hyundai accent
The rotor is mounted to the hub by 4 bolts. The procedure is described in the service manual. Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register. You'll have access to the information you want after you register (shop manual, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc.).
Posted on May 28, 2009
you need to grease the metal clips at the top and bottom of the pads (dont get grease on the rotor or pad though) and also spray some "disc brake quiet" on the back of the pads. it comes in a red can and the spray that comes out is like sticky red paint. do those 2 things and the squeals will be gone.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Depends somewhat if it's a front rotor or a rear rotor. The most common problem will be "corrosion" that's binding the two metal parts together. If you are not trying to reuse the rotor after turning (many are throwaways now adays) take a large hammer and bang the outer edge of the rotor. The vibration should cause the corrosion to break apart, and the rotor should pull away. If your planning on re-using the rotor after turning use a large rubber mallet.
The front rotors have about a 3/4 inch common surface between the rotor and the wheel hub. You may need to bang on the backside of the rotor as you slowly turn the rotor in order to cause the two parts to slide apart. It can be a slow process, but you should see some movement (but it must be even movement around the entire rotor. The back rotors have far less common surface and a few good waps should break the parts free.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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