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Can't get the rotors off to replace them. - Accent Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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  • Anonymous Aug 30, 2008

    i removed all the bolts and screws off the caliber and it wont come off

  • Tim Stockdale Sep 01, 2008

    I was able to get the Right Front Rotor off with a wheel puller, however, a bigger problem has occured. The entire hub assembly came off with it, pulling the front wheel bearing apart. Am I "in over my head" as a driveway mechanic? I have replace wheel bearings before, but this one seems to be pressed in. How do I remove the old bearings that came apart, and how do I put a new bearing in?

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    i have same issue my rotors are seized to the hub in my 2000

  • killhappy42 Apr 11, 2009

    03 accent\ rotors are frozen to the hub...... need to change them out, any ideas?

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First remove the 2 screws then try it , or with a hammer well you know what to do slam on the rotor but take care to your wheel bearing. or if you can use torch to heat the hub lightely.
good luck.

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