How do you remove the hub and rotor assembly on a half ton Ford F-150 Ranger 4x4 to replace the rotor?
They are all in one. So, after pulling the wheel off pull hub assembly cover pull the snap ring and nut.remove outer bearing put nut back on a few threads and give the rotor a tug to pop the inner seal and inner bearing. now replace bearings and seal with new ones ther will be no races they are machined in the new hub rotor assembly.make sure to pack bearings well with new grease and to not set the bearings to tight with the set nut when installing.have the wheel on to adjust the final touches for a spin test by hand. wheel should not rock top to bottom when pulling the top of the wheel while pushing in at the bottom.
Hubless design: Raise car, remove wheel, remove caliper, remove brake pad holder, remove rotor. Hub/rotor assembly: Raise car, remove wheel, remove caliper, remove brake pad holder, remove axle nut and cotter pin, remove outer wheel bearing, remove hub/rotor assembly, separate rotor from hub assembly. Re-pack wheel bearings with grease upon reassembly.
You need to remove the entire spendle assembly. Lay it on an open vise and with a correct size rod, from the inside, drive the center out until the rotor and outside bearing drops out. Do not disturb the bearing. Remove the four bolts from the rotor, which you can now get too and the rotor will come off. Replace the rotor with a new one and lay the spendle assembly on a hard surface…
The complete hub and rotor assembly have to be removed in order to drive out wheel studs to separate the rotor from the hub. So, remove wheel, remove caliper, remove caliper bracket, remove axle retaining nut, remove 4 bolts holding hub assembly to spindle, dissconnect ABS sensor harness, remove hub assembly, remove all wheel studs then separate rotor from hub.
Remove hub cap, remove axle nut, raise and support front of vehicle, remove wheel, remove brake caliper and brake pads, remove caliper bracket, remove brake rotor, remove the three 15mm hex head bolts holding hub assembly to knuckle, remove hub assembly by tapping flange with a bfh. Reverse for assembly.
They didn't make this one very easy to replace. Start with jacking up the front end and let it down on jack stands under the lower control arms, then remove the wheel, brake caliper, axle nut, disconnect abs speed sensor harness, remove the bolts holding the hub assembly to the knuckle and remove the hub assembly with rotor attached. Once you have the hub assembly off you can drive out the wheel studs and remove…
Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the tire and wheel assembly. Remove the axle nut. Remove the brake caliper and rotor. Remove the three mounting bolts from the hub and bearing assembly, note head of bolts faces inwards towards middle of car). Remove the hub and bearing assembly from the spindle. Install is the opposite of removal.
to change rotor jack up vehicle remove wheel remove brake calipre just like u are going to replace brake pads remove calipre mount remove dust cap from center of hub remove codder pin from castle nut remove castle nut slide rotor off axle being careful not to drop bearings note: this would be a good time to replace wheel bearings install bearings in new rotor install rear seal in rotor slide new rotor onto axle…
Jack up the F250's front end. Remove the wheel. Remove the locking assembly, this will be different depending on which assembly is used (skip this step it the F250 has the slide on type rotor.) Unbolt the brake caliper and swivel it out of the way. The rotor was either unbolted during the locking hub removal, or it is the slide on type that will now just pull off.
Probably will have to replace entire hub assembly Remove wheel Remove brake drum or caliper and rotor if disc brakes Remove brake line Remove 4 bolts that hold hub assembly in place Carefully remove ABS sensor wire harnessif so equipped Hub assembly may have to be separated from backing plate by supporting backing plate and beating the hub out with a hammer Use New hardened bolts for re-assembly Torque to 65 ft. lbs.
by chiltons, jack up car, remove wheel/tires, remove dust cap, remove brakes and caliper, remove hub assembly nut, careful with the screws, they STRIP REAL EASY, get ready to pay an arm and a leg for bearings unless you can wait and order them online. you will need no inner seal on each rotor. remove rotor, remove seal, remove bearings, remove race from hub assembly, you must remove the race, otherwise your new wheel bearings…
How do you get the rotors off of a 1992 Buick roadmaster to get to the studs so you can replace them?
Jack up and support the right front of the vehicle. Remove the wheel/tire. Remove the brake caliper and hang the caliper with a piece of wire out of the way. Remove hub/rotor assembly. Remove backing plate and spindle. Slide out axle assembly. Replace u-joint as you would on a driveshaft. Assemble in reverse order.
If it's like my 94 Grand Caravan, you must remove the caliper assembly completely, and then the rotor will pull straight out toward you. Also, if it's like mine, you must MUST remove the rotor in order to replace the inner brake shoe. Not intuitive looking at it, but luckily I have the factory shop manual. Roy
remove wheel use i believe a T-55 torx bit to remove caliper if rotors are stuck carefully heat rotor center around hub assembly and remove rotor (easier said than done!!!) compress caliper piston with c- clamp replace brake pads and calipers then wheel. sometimes it is handy to remove the cap from the master cylinder to relieve air.