Exactly , two small screws, if these are already out , you may have to kick the thing to get it to break free. roto hammer or impact driver. this thing turns out the screw when you hit it with a hammer. it may be your best friend
civic rotors are attached by two small screws in the brake disk.... these are most easily removed with a roto hammer (check the autoparts store) or your local tool truck, they will most likely have one
To change the distributor rotor on a1998 Honda Civic unplug the spark plug wires from the cap. Loosen the screws and remove the cap on the unit. Be sure to properly line the new cap on the distributor and install.
Remove wheel. Remove Brake assy. Remove two screws on rotor. Remove Rotor. Replace Rotor. Tighten Screws. Reinstall Brake assy. Reinstall wheel.
There are not bolts going THROUGH the rotors. In order to remove the rotor you have to remove the caliber, that does have two slide pins holding it in place.
a little 8 mill screw on bottom of rotor into dist shaft
wheel studs? head studs?
Loosen the screws on the cap and there is a single screw holding the rotor to the shaft
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1993 Honda Civic. Remove the brake assembly and the brake rotor. Remove the axle retaining bolts. The axle will come off.
shoud be a Philips screw on the side of the rotor. remove carefully using a quality screwdriver. sometimes the rotor sticks on. get a hammer and metal or wood bar/stick tap at the top behind the rotor to get it to move. it might take a minute but keep at it and it will eventually move . I had to tap mine all the way off the distro. Or squirt some penetrating lube in the screw hole, wait a few minutes and try to twist it. When it breaks loose it will be easy to get off.
First locate and remove the Distributor Cap, depending which way the rotor is facing, use a small flat rench, or a socket-rench to remove the single bolt. Once removed, pull the old rotor off. Put the new one one, in the same direction as the old one.
The first step is to turn off the engine. When installing, lift the cap to reveal the direction the metal tab is pointing on the rotor. Then remove the rotor for new installation.
Remove distributor cap. remove rotor. remove icm shield. remove all wires from icm. remove two screws holding icm. pull icm strait out
If they are of the "peel off" type: Remove wheel Loosen and remove 2 bolts that secure brake caliper Remove caliper and rotor should come right off If not "Peel off" type: Remove Wheel Loosen and remove 2 bolts that secure brake caliper Remove caliper Remove center dust cover from wheel Remove cotter pin Remove safety nut remove lock-nut wiggle rotor so bearings fall out and rotor should pull off
To change the brake rotors on a 1991 Honda Civic raise the vehicle. Remove the wheels and brake caliper bracket. Remove the brake pads. Loosen the rotor mounting screws and replace the rotors.
remove wheel, the caliper, then hit the center of the rotor (where the studs stick through) with a hammer to loosen rust---rotor should slide off then
rotor, level, civic
If the 1998 is a Civic then yes it will fit.
You need to remove the bumper cover in order to get at the lower bolt for the headlight assy.
The pcv valve on the 98 civic ex 4dr may possibly be in the same location as the 2 door. It should be directly above the oil filter which you have to remove first. Once you remove the oil filter then you should be able to see the pcv valve with a bright spotlight. To remove it, is another story in itself.
I assume that you have removed the wheel and so on. In order to remove the rotor you will have to remove the caliper and its bracket. Only after you will be able to remove the rotor.
Jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, remove brake caliper. Rotor is now free.
Remove wheels Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Peel rotor off hub
The 1998 Honda Civic drivers side door panel is held on by eight retaining clips. Pry outward on each retaining clip to remove the door panel.
Remove caliper,rotor comes right out