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Posted on Dec 04, 2018
It should be a matter of removing the wheel, the caliper and torque
member to get the rotor to come off. There are two bolts that hold the
caliper on the torque member and then another two that hold the torque
member on the spindle hub. Now, the rotor comes off the wheel studs
and you should be there.
Let me know if you need further help. If you need a diagram, I would suggest buying a Haynes Manual from a local NAPA, Autozone, or Checker, or even a Fleet Farm and those will have complete instructions and diagrams for everything on the vehicle and are a great thing to have for every vehicle that you own.
If you have any other questions, please let me know, thanks.
Posted on May 17, 2008
There's no difference in quality work, the difference is the paint and rustproofing.
Most South east asian vehicle has a Japanese standard quality in mechanical/electrical/emission. They are prone to get easily rusted, unlike the Japanese and USA standard,
Hope that helps!
Posted on Nov 25, 2011
you can do what ever you wish, it depends on what you want to spend.
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