You must first press out the wheel studs. You then press off the hub from the rotor. Most machine shop will charge you $60.00 and in most cases you will have to buy 3-5 new wheel studs that will get damaged in the removal process
These are the steps for a 1995 k2500 4x4. 1996 models may be different.
Remove the caliper and use wire to hang it out of the way. Don't let it hang by the brake hose. The front hub is fastened to the drive spindle with a nut and washer, you must remove the nut and washer. This nut is about 1 3/8"(it's metric). On the inside of the the rotor sheild, find four 15mm bolts that hold the hub onto the brake/steering arm. Remove the hub and rotor as an assembly. Place on a hard surface with the wheel lug bolts sticking up. Use a hammer and punch to drive out the eight lug bolts being careful not to damage to threads. Install new rotor to hub in reverse order.
Thay are all different. But if you look at the back of it you will see where it's stamped into the rotor.
REMOVE the assembly from the truck then knock the wheel astuds out then knock the hub off the rotor.
Toyota rotor removalonce you remove hub assembly and bearings, inside the rotor the hub should be bolted to the rotor, six bolts. then separate hub/rotor.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1999 Chevrolet Suburban. Remove the brake pads and break assembly. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet. When the rotor is loose it will slide off.
Sensor is under the distributor cap and rotor. two small screws hold it in and it has a electrical plug pointing towards the firewall. easy job
Two wheel or Four wheel drive?
No, all motors that year have distributorless ignition.
It is stamped into the rotor. You will have to remove it to be able to read it.
Rotor Under Cap Spins: Clockwise
Cap and rotor, yes. Points, no.