Jack up the front of the car and support on jackstands and remove the front wheels. Remove some brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir. The calipers are mounted on brackets which have two bolts attaching them to the steering knuckles. Remove the two small bolts attaching the calipers to the brackets and support them with wire, then remove the brackets. Remove two retaining screws from each rotor and remove the rotors. The retaining screws may require an impact type screwdriver to remove them and if the rotors are stuck they can be removed by threading two 10 mm bolts into threaded holes in the rotors. The rotors should be machined or replaced. Reverse to reassemble. After the caliper mounting brackets are in place install the pads on them and press the piston in on the caliper with a c-clamp and install it over them. The caliper bracket bolts are tight (I believe 80 ft lbs) but the small bolts holding on the calipers are ~20 ft lbs I think. Pump the brake pedal several times to seat the pads.
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More than likely you have warped rotors. Have the rotors and brakes inspected. If the rotors are not too bad and have not been turned before they can be turned and trued and used again. You will also need new brake pads.
Change front brake rotors on a 1998 Hyundai Accent?
You will need to change the brake light switch. The brake light switch can be found below the dashboard on the drivers side.
Change the brake rotors
remove the brake caliper and the rotors come right off
To change the brake rotors on a 1991 Honda Civic raise the vehicle. Remove the wheels and brake caliper bracket. Remove the brake pads. Loosen the rotor mounting screws and replace the rotors.
As long as your rotors are not warped, or you have not let the brake pads wear to the point they defaced the rotors, there is no need to change them. Just install new brake pads. Rotors can last the life of the car.
Remove the brake assembly from your 2000 VW Beetle. Tap on the rotors with a hammer or mallet until the become loose. Slide the brake rotors off. Reverse the process to install your new brake rotors.
On the left side of the brake underneath the dash
you buy brake pads and you change them
You need to get that vital info from a manual for that car.
It can be easy to change the brake rotors. Lift the car, remove the tire, brake shoe and rotor, put on the new rotor, replace the brake shoe, tire and lower the car.
When rotors need to be changed usually the pads have worn down. It is always a good idea to change pads when changing rotors.
check the brake light switch behind the brake pedal under the dash.
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
take wheels off, remove brake calipers. rotors slide right off.
It is important for a person to learn how to change the brake rotors. A person needs to lift the car, remove the tire, brake shoe and rotor, put on the new rotor, replace the brake shoe tire and then lower the car.
Brake rotors are suppose to be easy to change out if your a mechanic and know how to use tools. It is also a good idea to leave it to a professional if your not very familiar with what you are doing.
How do I remove the front rotors so I can replace the CV joints? .... After removing the brake pads and caliper assembly, of course.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel. You can remove the brake pad and break assembly, by removing the brake spring and caliper. Loosen the rotors with a hammer. The rotors will slide off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors.
After you remove the brake pads and break assembly, tap on the brake rotors with a hammer or mallet. The brake rotors will come loose. Slide the brake rotors off.
I don't know if you are saying you have the new hubs and rotors and still have pulsation, or if you are asking what causes pulsation. If you have pulsation on slowing this is due to warped rotors, and you need to change the rotors and the brake pads, not the hubs. Not too expensive: 2 rotors and brake pads for my Pontiac is about 55 bucks. DIY of course.
jack it up remove the wheel then the brake calipers then the rotors should slide off