Question about 2001 Toyota Camry
Yes, I have the caliper off. The shaft and CV joint slide back easily but the rotor does not want to come off. I don't have a schematic of the assembly so I am not sure if something else needs to be removed or loosened.
Rotors rusted on inside, inner diameter gets smaler and it stuck on flunch, hammer it of while rotating it,
have a new rotors ready, you may crack old ones.
paint new rotors (not working serfice) with high heat paint, use unteseaze for installation, remove and clean from rust with disk grinder twice a year
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
I have had the joy of doing several brakes lately and have run in to this problem more frequently than not. I first tried some kind of WD-40 and let that soak overnight and still no luck. The thing that worked for me was to use a small torch and get the rotor hot, it seems that heat will loosen up the rust that has frozen the rotor on to the hub. I just get it really hot and then hit it with a hammer and it works wonders. This also works on frozen nuts and bolts. Hope this works
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
You will need to tap the rotor. what has happend is it is just stuck on there.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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