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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replacing front rotor
after removing the wheel &caliper depending on rust build up you may need to hit the rotor between the wheel studs this may take some time after removal check for rust build up on hub remove rust with hammer, sanding&scraping put some anti seize lube around hub making sure no rust is caught in between depending if you are replacing the pads you have to push the caliper piston back with a large pair of chanel lock pliers or suitable tool,then you can reassemble.thanx from schleck
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
There is a metal fitting bolt close to the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew that out and if transmission fluid comes out it's good. If this doesn't occur you'll have to get a pump and pump transmission fluid in it. This is the easiest with a lift of course. Don't you hate stupid Japanese ideas. Good luck man
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: taking off front rotors
the easiest way is to take off the knuckle loosen the four wheel bearing bolts on the backside of the knuckle and leaving the socket on each bolt use an impact hammer to drive the bearing out then rotate the rotor 1/4 turn and it should pull off. . . you might have to clean up the rust on the bearing with a grinder so the rotor will come off... do NOT take the bearing apart you do not need to. many shops will do this but it is not needed and ruins the bearing as it is a sealed unit not designed to come apart. ( to take the knuckle out take off the caliper and undo the axle nut, top and bottom ball joint and the tie rod end)
Posted on May 24, 2009
If the rotor is behind the flange then you will need to remove the hub . Its 4wd so remove the bolt and the axle from the hub first.
Posted on May 31, 2009
Generally the discs should just come off unless they'e rusted themselves on. Some cars have a locking screw but that's unusual (and obvious if it has). Try removing the splash plate from the hub and tapping the disc with a rubber mallet.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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