Remove the tire and wheel from your 1995 Chevy. Remove the brake assembly. Tap on the brake rotor with a mallet or hammer. The brake rotor will slide off.
Should be "peel off" type Remove wheels Remove caliper mouting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub
no such thing
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1995 Chevrolet K 3500. Remove the front brake assembly. Tap on the brake rotor with a hammer or mallet until it becomes loose. Slide the brake rotor off.
Remove caliper and pull rotor off the hub. Push new one on, replace caliper and pads.
take off the wheel, take off the caliper, pull
EAsy , remove distributor cap then loosen two screws holding rotor down and pull it off . reassembly is reverse of removal
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1995 Chevy Cheyenne. Remove the brake assembly. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet. The brake rotor will slide off. Reverse the process to install the new brake rotor.
Remove the wheels, calipers, then you have to jar the rotor loose and it should come off on its own. The center bolt is for the hub, not the rotor, so you don't have to take that off. If not, you would have to heat it up to loosen, then hit it again to get it off.
u have to take the bolt off and slide that plate off in front of the rotor
Tire and wheel from your 1995 Honda Passport. Remove the brake assembly. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet to loosen it. Slide the rotor off.
unbolt the distributer cap and lift up. The rotor is under the cap on a pivot. It should just pull off. Keep track of the position of the rotor and distributor cap though. Just in case.
You need to get the rotor off to replace studs with new ones.
torch and hammer those rotors rust to the hub almost permanently If the studs are going through the hub, and rotor, then you will have to thread the lug nuts on down to the top of the stud ends, and hammer them out. Then the rotor will separate from the hub.
take the wheel off, remove the two bolts off the back of the caliper, take the caliper off the rotor, take the little star screw out of the the face of the rotor, after that take a mallet and tap the rotor and it should come right off!
Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub
TAke the wheel off and then take the caliper off and the rotor will then come off.
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Peel rotor off hub
take off the tire and the caliper and the rotor just slides off
Remove wheelRemove caliper mounting boltsSlide caliper off rotorRotor should slide off hub
easiest way: there are two bolts behind the rotor, holding the caliper to the knuckle. take those off, and the rotor may need some hammering to remove from rust, etc but on a 4x4 it should come off after the caliper is removed
Good luck on that one if you plan to DIY. My opinion is take it to a mechanic. Unless you're willing to hammer away at the rotor to get it off once you've removed everything attached to it.
Once you remove the pads & caliber the rotor is easy to remove. After you have the caliper off there may be 1 or 2 screws that need to come off then tap the rotor with a rubber mallet or a puller to get it off because it may be rusted.
Should be of the "peel off" type Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should slide off hub