remove the caliper, pads and mounts. There is a set screw in the face of the rotor, remove this. Thread in a bolt of same thread size and tighten until rotor pops off hub. The rotor will fall off the hub. A light tap of a hammer on the rotor in a circular pattern, should produce similar results if you don't a bolt.
Pull the tires off and take the brake calipers off and the rotors will pull off.
take off calipers and pull the rotors off the hub
pull the wheels .. pull the calipers remove the old pads ..push in the cylender with a c clamp put it all back together real easy stuff to do anyone can do it
Thier is two plastic tabs on either side of seat u need to unscrew them to unlock them. then just pull up to release lock.
take the wheels off, unbolt the brake calipers and the pull them off and now you can just pull the rotors off.
pull the calipers off. there might be a small washer on one or two of the studs. if there is pull those off and the rotors will come right off.
pull off the front wheels. remove the calipers. remove the two screws that hold on the rotors. replace the rotors and reverse the procedure.
take the tires off, then take the break calipers off, then u have to take off the caliper brakets there 2 stubborn bols on the back side, then u should be able to pull the rotors, there may be some of thes annying clips an the studs u have to pull off with a screwdriver or plyers
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
To change rear rotors on a 2001 Jetta, raise the vehicle with a jack. Then remove the wheel and the calipers. Finally, pull of the rear rotors.?æ?æ
Remove rear calipers and pull. That simple.
Lug nuts to remove wheels 3/4" socket, bolts to remove the calipers 18mm, then pull rotor off.
They are free floating rotors , Remove the caliper and the rotors should pull off. If not they may be gaulded on and you will need to use a hammer to help them off
you have to pull the locking hubs off, lay a clean towel out and lay everything in the order you pull it out as there are several keepers and snap rings then you will have to use an axle nut socket and pull a big nut out, then the outer bearing. you will have to get new seals with your rotors and repack the bearings
take off brakes pull roter off.
Remove the rear wheels, then the calipers and simply pull the rotors off. If the parking brakd is on the caliper you need a special tool ot retract the caliper.
i have an '02 xl-7 the rotors come right off
yeas you have to take the door panels off theres a screw behind the srs air bag tag and two in the handle then you pull the sides and bottem out and the pop off the tweeter cover and pull the door pannel up and disconnect the door lever cable and wires...
First you loosen lug nuts, then jack up your blazer then pull off your tires then the rotor should slip right off, but be sure your e-brake is not on or brakes engaged in anyway.
Pretty simple, Remove the tires, remove the break caliper, pull off the rotor and replace. You should use new break pads when ever changing the rotor on any car.
Brakepads or rotors need work; take to shop ASAP to diagnose and repair.
Take off the tire, remove the brake caliper, and pull off the rotor.
Remove the cotter pin/nut in center & they pull straight off.
On 2005 and up you will need to remove the axle nut to pull the rotor.
Because their wings/rotors are able to create an upward force bigger or equal to the pull of gravity.