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How do you change a rotor on the right rear of a 2003 Lincoln navigator?


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2009-10-26 01:34:17
2009-10-26 01:34:17

changing the rotors is hard i had to cut them off with a sawzall and cut rotor at 12,3,6,9 oclock and used a2 lb hammer some times you have to take a cheisel and spread the cut apart it took many blades and time but it will work.good luck don.


Removing Front & Rear Rotors

I remove my Front & Rear Rotors out of my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT.
I rented a 3 Jaw Puller from Auto Zone and a bottle of PB Blaster and a sledge hammer it only took about one hour or less to take both off...
The way I removed the Front & Rear Rotors was ...
1. I put lots of PB Blaster in the back and the front of the rotors to be removed.
2. I put plenty of tension with the 3 Jaw Puller...
3. I hit the back of the rotor with the sledge hammer while rotating rotor...
And it came right off...
Hope this helps...


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