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Are the bolts to remove the front rotors on a 2004 mitsubishi endeavor reverse threaded

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Never seen left handed threads on a brake disk ,use a impact driver as they are tight to remove and if that doesnt move them drill the head off ,the wheel nuts will hold it all in place ,some cars like fiats do not even have a retaing screw

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How do I eplace the front rotors on a 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4wd? Is there a special tool required to remove and replace the rotor and is there an adjustment needed inside the hub?


jack up the car, first break lugs, and remove tire. There are two bolts on the front back side, if it like are endeavor then I compressed the caliper piston and then I had to take apart the caliper as the old pads did not come out, those are the two bolts on each end. then put back on. Once the caliper is off the rotor will come off as it is held on by the caliper. Just be careful with the caliper once it is removed as it is a brake line, you can use a hanger for it does not pull on the line when it is off the rotor. Good Luck Tim

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How to install front brake rotors for 2004 odyssy?


1. remove 2 bolts holding caliper on (either 12 or 14 mm)
2 remove 2 bolts holding caliper bracket (which holds the brake pads) (17mm)
3. remove the 2 phillips head bolt holding the rotor on
4 remove rotor, if rusted may need to tap it off
5 reverse procedure, when reinstalling caliper, may need to press piston back into caliper to get it to fit over new rotor

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How or where do I find info to replace front wheel bearings


Timken bearing assembly is what you need. They actually make this all sound so difficult but let me tell you how I just did the same job on my Murano 06 AWD that uses the same type of assembly.
Remove the axle bolt then the wheel, caliper & bracket to remove the rotor. Support the caliper by hanging it from the the strut spring. From the back side, you should be able to remove the speed sensor and if on that model the bolts come froom the back side, there should be just enough room to remove them. that is what holds the hub assembly in place, these aren't pressed into the vehicle, just mounted. I used an axle puller to remove the hub assembly once all of he bolts were loose & it wasn't necessary to remove the ball joint or axle. You need to push the axle through the hub assy & there is a rental tool you can get for that. There was not any excessive pulling to remove the assembly, just tap, tap, tap & it was free, ready for the other to be installed. There is the possibility that you would have to drop the lower ball joint & tie rod end to get access but I didn't have that problem & I looked at your bearing, it looks identical. Good luck.

Jan 27, 2010 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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HOW TO CHANGE REAR ROTORS ON A 2004 MITTSUBISHI ENDEAVOR


Take the wheel off.

Remove the two 14mm bolts holding the caliper bracket on.
They are the two farther inboard, behind the hub.

Slide the caliper and its bracket off the rotor and support it so you do not strain the brake hose.

Slide the rotor off.

If the rotor is stuck/rusty, you take take a hammer and tap on the hub section of the rotor to loosen it.

Sep 12, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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Trying to remove the front rotors that is securing the rotor to the wheel assembly. Need to know the name of he tool that release the philip head screw. Mitsubishi Endeavor 2004


If you can see the head of this screw, drill it out and retap the threads with M8 x 1.25tpmm. Due to the heat these seize often.
It best to use a depth stop set at 12mm below surface to prevent possible damage to the hub or bearings. Manual Hammer driven impact drivers are often effective and sold by harbor freight cheap.

Jun 27, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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Front rotors on 2004 mits endeavor


you turn them left to loosen and a little bit of heat is the best way to get them loose and when you put it back together make sure to put anti seize on them

May 05, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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Can't get rear rotors off...


there should be two holes in the rotors that will be threaded. send two bolts in them a little at a time to push the rotor away from the backing plate.

Apr 22, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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Changing front brakes on 2004 mitsubishi endeavor


if you have floating rotors in the front then no.

But if you have locking hub units in the front then yes the bearing will have to come apart.

But if there is only one nut and you can see the threads through the wheel then no you have floating rotors, and sometimes are rusted to wheel bearing and are a pain to get off. Call the parts department and ask whether these are floating rotors or not. This will clarify everything

Mar 03, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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2004 endeavor


Remove Endeavor Rear Panel

On the side panel there is a cargo hook with a 10mm bolt. Take that bolt out. On the floor panel there are 2 cargo hooks -- also 10mm. Take them out and remove floor panel. Fold seat forward and you should have access to 5 or 6 bolts -- also 10mm. Remove them then pull the panel out slightly and disconnect the cig ligthter and that should solve your issue.

Jun 21, 2008 | 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor

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