Take off the calipers. If there are screws holding the rotor, remove them. If the screws are stuck, be careful when you use the screwdriver. You might round out the screw. If stuck, use a 1/4" socket wrench, 1/4" socket and a screwdriver bit. The screwdriver bit will fit inside the 1/4" socket. This will give you extra torque when removing the screw. The rotor should come right off.
I want to know. Chilton's says remove the four screws from the back and the rotor assy should drop out. Not so! there is a trick and I want to know what it is!
No there not press on. They are Flowting Rotors. You will need a 3 jaw gear puller to be able to remove them easy.
I am working on my 97 rotors right now, what a nightmare. I'm kind of shocked it didn't start out with: 1. remove spare tire 2. remove passenger head rest 3. remove car stereo 4. take out fuel pump This is ridiculous, I guess this is revenge for Hiroshima
remove rotors on 97 CamryHi, I want to get my front rotors resurfaces as there is a vibration when braking. I have changed brake pads on my car before soi am sure i i know how to remove the calipers and need some assistance and further what bolts and nuts do i need to removed to pull the rotor out.Thanks
I recently replaced both rotors on my 97. You have to separate the rotor from the hub. They are actually 2 separate pieces.
6.5 for both the front doors and rear deck
It has no governor. The speed is computer controlled.
I was rotating my tires and had the same issue , I have a 97 accord but 94-97 are basically the same, if you kick the tire at one specific side really hard it should pop off
Not 100% but it should fit yes the accord 5 gen was from 94-97
Go to Pdftown.com to download a service manual for your car.
The diagnostic link is behind the ashtray,which you will have to remove to get to the connector.