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I need to change the rotor on the front of a 2003 ford mustang

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  • attababy Aug 26, 2008

    2003 Explorer sport. Rear rotors are shot, caliper is off and there are 4 bolts behind the hub, do they need to come off to get the rotor off? Do I have to remove the parking brake to get the rotor off?

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Generally, there are two ways rotors are held on:

First, the bridge holding the caliper has to be removed after removing the caliper from it. Most rotors then come right off. If that doesn't do it, you'll need an impact gun to remove the main wheel bearing nut.

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