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Remove wheel. Remove brake caliper. Remove brake caliper mount. You can now remove the rotor.
Could be a loose or worn strut or strut mount
19mm socket removes the front tire. 9mm allen head removes the caliper from the caliper mount. c-clamp resets the calipers piston. straight screwdriver removes pads from caliper. install new pads and put back together.
Remove the high mount brake light retaining screws from your Mazda Protg. Remove the high mount brake light wiring harness. Reverse the process to install your new high-mount brake light.
Front mount of what?
Remove the wiring harness from the high mount brake light. Remove the retaining screws. Reverse the process to install the new high mount brake light.
Your Engine Mount and Tourqe Mount are bad.
it could be a dry wheel bearing, it could be worn brake pads, it could be a dry shockabsorber mount it could be a dry wheel bearing, it could be worn brake pads, it could be a dry shockabsorber mount it could be a dry wheel bearing, it could be worn brake pads, it could be a dry shockabsorber mount
You have to remove the front passenger tire, then the axle drop the engine mount about an inch to remove it. I have Pictures but I cant upload them.
you take out the 2 bolts that mount the caliper to the caliper mount. Then you take a small pry bar and push the brake pad closest to the caliper piston so you can get the caliper off, if it doesn't just slide off. then you take one of the old brake pad and a vice grip clamp, you put the brake pad in front of the piston and put the clamp on the brake pad and the back of the caliper and clamp it down until it will fit over the rotor with the new pads on.
Its on the slave cylinder which is on the front of the transmission just left of the front engine mount bracket. It looks just like a brake bleeder screw.