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this sounds like the boiler is in comfort mode press the eco/comfort button once and eco will be dispalyed on LCD. also check terminal 3 and 4 have no wires on the terminal strip as this is were the OTC is connected to boiler.
1. Jack up, put on jack stands and remove tire (obviously)
2. Remove caliper
3. Remove bolts holding locking hub body to hub
4. Remove snap ring from end of axle, Remove hub retainer ring from ID
of wheel hub. Use a small screwdriver or pick to start it out of the
groove. Remove the hub body
5. Remove the outer bearing lock nut, lock washer and the inner adjusting nut
You need the special socket for this OTC #7158 or similar
6. Remove the outer bearing and then the hub
7. To separate the rotor from the hub, use a soft faced hammer to drive the studs out
8. Turn the hub over and set the new rotor in place. Put the studs back in.
9. I will usually use an air hammer to drive the studs back in.
Alternating in a circular pattern. If you don't have access, you can
use a large diameter punch or another hammer on the back of the studs.
10. Now would be a good time to repack the bearings and replace the
wheel seals. Pull the spindles and check the bearings and seals in the
back of them. If they are not rusted, slab some grease on them and put
11. Install the hub and rotor assy, and the outer bearing and bearing adjustment nut.