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98 accord ex manual trans are the front rotors slipped on or pressed on?

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2009-09-18 02:30:41
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They are not pressed on.

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If the rotor of the 2001 Honda Accord will does not have mounting hardware it is pressed on. To remove these types of rotors the caliper will have to be unmounted. The rotor will then come off.


they have to pressed out from a machine shop.


remove tire calipers brake assembly then pull your rotors off i would recomend putting new brake pads if your putting new rotors you will need a special puller for the rotors cause they are pressed on


No, they are not pressed on.


Most Honda brake rotors require a large slide hammer as they are not only pressed onto the hub, but also rusted which makes it very hard to remove. This may well require an experienced technician.


The front rotors need to be pressed on, if you know someone with an industrial press you can do it yourself.


everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the REFERENCE section...make copies of the right sections...good luck :)


pull off the front wheels. remove the calipers. remove the two screws that hold on the rotors. replace the rotors and reverse the procedure.




Not sure, but I hear they are pressed on!


The minimum brake rotor thickness for the front and back rotors on a 1992 Honda Accord is 21mm. Rotors which are below this thickness will not offer adequate or reliable braking.


No there not press on. They are Flowting Rotors. You will need a 3 jaw gear puller to be able to remove them easy.


take brakes off and calipers off, next rotors should come off easily.


You do not rotate rotors. Replace a bad rotor or have it machined if possible. Never rotate them to another wheel location.


I'm having my front Rotors replaced currently and according to my mechanic the front rotors are pressed onto the hub and require special equipment to remove and install. I assume the rear rotors are similar. If true, I would have a qualified shop handle the work.AnswerMine ended up being fused so tight that a mechanic had to break them off. He said it was common with Honda. I have a 96 EX accord as well Answer:The front brake rotors are NOT pressed on, on a 1996 Accord. They are captive with the hub bearing assembly. Removal requires removal of the drive axle nut, and dis-assembly of the lower part of the suspension, and removal of the hub bearing from the steering knuckle.There is no hydraulic press required, no special tools other than normal tools to separate the ball joint and tie rod, etc.The rear rotors remove normally when the caliper is removed. Use a large screwdriver to twist the piston in (instead of compressing it) when installing new pads on the rear.


it is a long and detailed process, look it up on youtube.


Yes, If you hit something. Rotors are very essential in stopping, that's what the brake pads are pressed in against to bring your car to a complete stop.


To replace rotors and pads including labor cost you are looking at 600 bucks. axl


Remove the front wheels then the calipers and the rotors should slide off. the front rotors on that car are pressed on and must be pressed off with a 1 ton machine press which ruins the bearings in order to do this you must remove the entire wheel assembly which requires a tool to remove the threaded studs from the ball joints after the assembley is removed the rotors may then be pressed off the bearings replaced and then the new rotor can be pressed on most automotive service centers have presses and some auto parts stores as well this is a very difficult job if you dont know what youre doing which i learned the hard way good luck


if the car jerks when the brakes are applied it is likely that the brake rotors are warped



AS A GENERAL RULE YOU GET THE ROTORS CUT OR RESURFACED BY A REPUTABLE SHOP. THERE IS NOT REPAIR THEY ARE EITHER THICK ENOUGH TO CUT OR THEY NEED TO BE REPLACED



The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.



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