First remove the wheel. Assuming its a 4by4. Remove the brake caliper and the rotor should slide off if not you can hit it with a hammer and using a piece of wood to not damage the rotor. Next remove the abs connector can be removed from the body and a 8mm bolt that attaches to the knuckle you don't need to remove it from the hub it's self. Using pliers remove the hub locker and u will need a larger then normal snap ring pliers to remove the snap ring. Their will be 3 washers behind it the order is round hex round. Now turn the wheel full lock to the right or left and you will see 4 nuts that attach the hub to the knuckle. Remove all 4 and using a hammer tap the hub off. It may take some conviencing. Be sure to reinstall the spacer that can get stuck to the hub when removed. The notches in the spacer face inward towards the axle. Hope this helps if you have any mechanical ability this job isn't that difficult. Good luck. Powerstroke57
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Sadly the replacement of front rotors on 95-99 accents require special tools anly availble at a service shop. Rotor replacement requires removal of the hubs and they are press fitted. Some shops have equipment to resurface the rotors while still installed on the vehicle if the rotors are not damaged.
Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper. Remove brake caliper mount. You can now remove the rotor.
Remove the wheel and tire assembly and the brake caliper then the brake rotor will slide right off.
You remove the wheels, remove the brake caliper and the rotor is then free .
Actually the nut does not hold the rotor on. Your brake caliper does that. The nut holds the front hub on. correct and the torque setting for the front hub nut is ..284 ft pounds
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1999 Chevrolet Suburban. Remove the brake pads and break assembly. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet. When the rotor is loose it will slide off.
A 1999 Kia front hub removal picture at most auto-parts stores. Most auto-parts stores will supply you with instructions, pictures, and diagrams when you purchase the parts.
first take off frontwheel then take off brake caliper then rotor will pull right off .
Open the two front doors and remove everything from the front seat to the firewall, I'm not kidding.
The front rotor on the 1999 S10 4 wheel drive will slide off the hub unless it is rusted on, in which case some penetrating oil and a couple gentle taps with a hammer should break it loose.
If a 1999 Infiniti G20 is shaking on the right front side it could be a bad wheel bearing. The rotor on that side may need to be replaced if the wheel bearing is not the problem.
Remove tire. Remove Caliper and pads The Rotor will just slip right off the spindle... Put new rotor on, put caliper plus pads back and the tire and your done, its really simple to do.
The hub and rotor come off together as one unit, then you drive out the 8 studs to free up the rotor from the hub. It was a poor design they used for a few years.
The Manufacturer specification lists the front rotors as 1.020" new, & 0.969" minimum (discard). A refinish minimum is 0.983"
if it is all wheel ABS it right behind the rotor and goes into the front wheel bearing and if it is not all wheel ABS it is the back wheel behind the rotor
The brake rotor minimum thickness is .060 This applies to either the 2.3CL or 3.0CL, front or rear rotors. Seems awfully thin for a brake rotor, doesn't it? Other sources say .83 in. (21mm)front, .35 in. (9mm) rear [AcuraFixerDave] That rotor thickness is probably the BRAKE PAD thickness minimum, not including the steel backing plate [AcuraFixerDave].
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1999 Chevy Cavalier. Remove the brake spring and the caliper. The brake pads will come off. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet. The rotor will slide off. Reverse the process to install the new brakes and rotor.
Front rotors are warped and need to be replaced. Could be an out of round disc brake rotor
remove the wheel ,caliper and caliper bracket the rotor should slip off
It doesn't have a distributor or rotor. It has a DIS (Distributorless Ignition System).
you remove the brake caliper and the caliper bridge use two 8mm by 125pitch bolts and screw them into the holes until rotor comes free It also works on a 2000 Thanks!
Remove wheelRemove caliper mounting boltsSlide caliper off rotorRotor should slide off hub
The same as with most other cars except they don't just slide off theres 2 Phillips screws holding it on
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