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Gmc sierra z71 rotor problem

My driver side rotor is very loose not allowing the wheel to roll properly. i cant seem to find anything that keeps it in place. it pulls out and will push in. please help???

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  • ryantwarren4 Aug 20, 2008

    how hard is it too replace the assembly

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Sounds like you have a worn wheel bearing which is replaced as a hub assembly the rotor just sits on the hub and wheel hold rotor tight

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    TripleTauto Aug 20, 2008

    not very hard there is a 36mm axle nut and 4 15mm bolts on inside of spindle this is after you remove caliper and rotor.

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