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How do you remove the front rotors on a 1998 Honda Passport 4wd?

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2011-12-25 00:13:34
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Lift the front end and secure it on jackstands. Remove the front tires and place under the vehicles frame. Use a wrench or socket to remove the six bolts on the automatic hub locker. Use a small hose puller to remove c clip and the ring behind it inside the hub. Use a wrench or socket to remove brake caliper andcaliper mount. Remove remaining hub piecesand use a medium phillips head screwdriver to remove two to three small screws and then use your small hose puller to remove the bearing rataining ring. Use again your small hose puller to unscrew the remaining bearing retainer and theentire hub should slide out.

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