easy as pie...... take the tire/ wheel off form there you only have 2 bolts to remove they'll be pointed at you with the head on the engine side of the brake caliper remove those and set the caliper on your springs DO NOT let them just hang. then pull your rotor straight off. Remember always change your pads and rotors together for best results. and don't touch the braking surface with you hand oils will cause the brakes to shutter and grab irregularly
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Remove brake caliper and caliper frame. Rotors are now free.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake pads and the brake assembly. The brake rotor will come off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors.
remove brake seats then remove the brake knuckles , then you'll need a wheel hub puller or a slide hammer.
Air tools and PB Blaster.
Remove brake caliper, then caliper mounting frame (2 bolts under frame)
Remove the rotors and take them to a machine shop for inspection. If there is not much damage they can be turned.
The most common cause of that is the front brake rotors are out of round / warped. Replace rotors are have them turned.
take the wheels off, unbolt the brake calipers and the pull them off and now you can just pull the rotors off.
Tap on the rotors with a hammer, after removing the tire and wheel and the brake assembly. The rotors will come loose. Slide the rotors off and reverse the process.
start by taking the tires off
Most Honda brake rotors require a large slide hammer as they are not only pressed onto the hub, but also rusted which makes it very hard to remove. This may well require an experienced technician.
take off a retaining nut?
remove wheel remove brake caliper remove locking hubs special tool required to remove axle nut
Got these from ford last night for an 03 7.3L 2WD DISCARD at: Front rotors 1.417 Rear rotors 1.010
To change front rotors on a xterra u have to remove the brake caliper and brake guard off the rotor and then remove the gold cap off the hub and unscrew the two screws holding the wheel bearing in then unscew the holding plate that holds the bearing remember which way the holding plate goes when taking off... then remove the hub and the rotor comes with it ... then the screws going around the hub on the out side remove theses and the rotor comes off .. but i also suggest repacking the wheel bearings and replacing brake pads pads with the new rotors ...
Your front breaking pads are needed to be repalced, you might have to replace rotors.
Remove the tires. Remove the two 17mm bolts holding the brake calipers over the rotor. Remove the two screws holding the rotors onto the spindle. you may need to use a hammer with that screwdriver because some tend to be too tight to break by hand. just reverse process to put on new one
You will need to remove the front tires. Remove the brake assembly spring. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brakes.
Removing the rotors is very easy. Remove the wheel, then the calipers. Remove the two Phillips head screws from the rotor. The factory rotors will have two threaded holes in which you insert the appropriate sized bolts (not the same holes that you just removed the Phillips head screws from) and turn the bolts in until the rotor pops off. I replaced the rotors and put in a new set of brake pads in about 30 minutes per wheel. There should be no surprises.
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I just replaced mine, rotors had rusted away. Remove caliber, mine were rusted to the wheel hub, had to pry off. cleaned old rust off with steel wool, new rotors slid on with no problem