How do you remove rotor on 1988 cutlass supreme?
You need to remove the caliper. Usually there are 2 bolts/pins that go through the calipers, holding them in place. Once the calipers are off, the rotors should come off quite easily. If it's a front wheel vehicle, the rotor should just pull off. If it's a rear wheel vehicle, the rotor is often integral to the wheel bearing and hub. For a rear wheel caliper, just pull the center wheel bearing cotter pin, nut, remove the wheel bearings and pull the rotor.
What if the Rotor does not easily come off of a 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme what other methods are there to remove it?
Is it necessary to remove the large nut on the shaft in the recessed center of the rotor of a 1988 Cadillac Sedan DeVille FWD to remove the rotor?
I'm assumng that you're talking about a brake rotor. If that's the case, start by removing the wheel. I am also assuming that you are smart enough to use a jack ond or stands. Take a large c-clamp and put one side on the beake pad closest to you. Compress the caliper. Next take a pair of pliers and squeeze the triangle shaped dowell pins and at the same time push them to the back…