It's very easy and any DYI guy can do it. All you need to do is jack up the car, remove the rear wheel, remove the caliper and brake pads, and remove the brake pad bracket. The bracket is held onto the vehicle by two bolts with a torx (star) shaped head. Now you can pull off the rotor and begin your assembly with your new parts. * Word of caution, you may need to hit your old rotor with a hammer to free it as rust may be holding it tightly to your car. If this is the case just work your hammer around the rotor and take your time - it'll pop off. When placing your new rotor onto your car I'd recommend a dap of antiseize for ease of future brake jobs.
Remove the brake assembly from your 2000 VW Beetle. Tap on the rotors with a hammer or mallet until the become loose. Slide the brake rotors off. Reverse the process to install your new brake rotors.
remove wheel. remove brake caliper assembly(not the brake hose) and pull off the rotor.
how do you remove the rear brake rotor on a 2000 Volvo v70 awd
remove wheels thenremove calipers the rotors are on the studs with small keeper washers just pry them off
to remove brake rotors you need to jack vehicle off ground remove wheels remove brake caliper,these are secured with 2 bolts on back side of calipers next remove axle nut from spindle, and outer bearing slide rotor off axle. dont drop inner bearing instalation is exact opposite
take it to a shop
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, remove brake caliper. Rotor is now free.
Brake rotor/rotors are out of round / warped. Check rotors and REPLACE as needed.
Remove the wheel, the calipers and the rotors, reverse procedure with new rotors.
Yes. Although it confuses me as to why you would want to use old rotors for a brake job. New ones are cheap.