Remove the caliper and the caliper mounting bracket. Next look closely at the center of the rotor around the wheel studs, some cars have a small countersunk Allen bolt as a safety here, if your car has it remove it. After that you just need to bang them off. They get corroded and can be very difficult to remove some times, just hit them with a big hammer, don't be afraid. This is hard to describe but you don't need to try to hammer the rotor off you only need to break it loose by swinging TOWARDS the vehicle and hitting it where the pads contact, keep hitting it at opposite sides. Have you ever removed the lug nuts off a car and had to slam the outer edge of the tire inward to break the frozen wheel loos? Well that's basically what you need to do with your hammer to the rotor, it shouldn't be too difficult, and the rotor is only bolted to the vehicle by the rim once the lug nuts are tightened down.
take it to a qualified dodge mechanic
Take the caliper and caliper mount off the knuckle and there will be two Phillips screws on the front of the rotor. Take the screws out by using a impact screwdriver or a air hammer. You won't be able to take them out by hand.
A 2001 Nissan Pathfinder uses 5 quarts of oil to fill the engine. The oil is used to both lubricate and cool the engine.
You can take them off at home.
take off a retaining nut?
take brakes off and calipers off, next rotors should come off easily.
Pull the tires off and take the brake calipers off and the rotors will pull off.
Take off the front wheel and you will see the rotors right behind it. (the shiny round thing about 10 inches across. )
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we are trying to take the rotors off on our 98 cadillac deville but we do not know which way to turn the bolts? Does anyone have info for us....
take of glove compartment then you see the cabin filter
You can take it out nd send it in for repairs or get an expensive replacement from your dealer.