Front rotors are round metal plates / disc. Hence the term, "Disk Brakes" They fit onto the axles behind the wheels and are part of the brake system. Specifically they are the part that the caliper/brake pad assembly applies pressure to, to create the braking action.
You will need to remove the front tire and wheels from your 2002 Jeep liberty. Remove the brake pads and break assembly. Tap the rotors with a hammer or mallet. The rotors will come off. Reverse the process to install the new rotors.
Air tools and PB Blaster.
Check this site, even has nice pictures :) http://www.automedia.com/Replacing/Rotors/ccr20020701rr/1
Should be 1.024 inch
Usually two - on the front wheels.
You lubricate the slide pins and not the actual rotor.
100 foot pounds on my 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport.
Warped Rotors on your Front Brakes. Have them turned or purchase new ones.
The 2002 Jeep Liberty takes 19" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
Try the front door panels, I replaced blown front speakers for my 02 Liberty and low and behold there they were.
No. The bearings are not that type.No. The bearings are not that type.
remove wheels thenremove calipers the rotors are on the studs with small keeper washers just pry them off
No... The Liberty is by default a rear wheel drive SUV with the option of connect the front axle to change to a 4WD mode.
Front driver side of motor.
In the cap on the front pass side of the engine.
On the 3.7L it is on the front driver side of the engine.
On 2005 and up you will need to remove the axle nut to pull the rotor.
Jeep Liberty was created in 2001.
Yes. The Liberty is made by Chrysler under the Jeep brand.
No, you can remove and/or replace the front rotors on your Jeep Liberty without having to repack the wheel bearings. To remove the rotor, remove the brake caliper, and then pull the rotor straight off the wheel studs. If the rotor doesn't budge, then use an air hammer to tap the front face of the rotor adjacent to the wheel studs (the flat area of the rotor directly between the wheel studs). This will knock the rust loose and let the rotor slip off the studs. DO NOT use the air hammer on the braking [shiny] surface of the rotor!
Open the hood. Filter is on the lower right front
It is on the front of the crankshaft, under the timing chain.
This code refers to the front oxygen sensor