How do you remove the front rotors on a 1981 Ford Bronco 4x4?
I have a 1983 full size Bronco and the first thing you have to do is remove the wheel and tires, The 2nd thing you have to do is remove the brake caliper on my 83 I had to have a center punch to knock the slide out the holds the caliper together, you will have to clean the rust and gunk off of the caliper so you will be able to see where the slide is that Im referring to once you remove the slide pin the caliper should drop down so you can
get to the rotor to remove it. Hope this helps good luck
When looking at the engine from the front, the tension pulley is the only wheel on the drive belt that has the belt on the inside of it. All of the other pulleys have the belt going around the top of the pulley. The tension pulley has a bolt that can be loosened and then tightened to remove the drive belt.
You will need to remove the fan shroud and the fan. Drain and remove the radiator. Using a puller you will have to remove the harmonic balancer. Next you will have to remove the water pump. Remove the bolts holding the timing cover and pry it away from the engine. In some cases you will have to remove 2 bolts on either side of the oil pan.
You will need to remove the fan and the water pump. You may have to remove the radiator to be able to have room to remove the balancer. Remove the bolt in the center of the crankshaft. Using a puller , pull off the balancer. Remove the bolts surrounding the timing. Pry the timing cover from the block. I do not know your reason for doing this but if you are wanting to remove the…