No fasteners holding rotor on. But you must remove caliper and caliper mounting bracket first.
The CV joints on a 1993 Mercury Villager can be replaced by removing the front tires and the brake caliber. Next, the rotor, tie rod, and bottom ball joint must be removed. Then, a pry bar can be sued to pry the CV joint away from its housing.
Jack up car, remove wheel, remove brake caliber. the rotor will pull right off
Either caliber is bad. or break line is clogged.
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remove wheel. takeoff brak caliber look for 2 pins that you have to drive out (top and botom) or there may be 2 bolts. Use a pry tool to wiggle off caliber as break pads are holding it on at this poit rotor will pull right off
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To change a CV Axle on a 1998 Mercury Villager, take off the front tire and the caliper assembly. Take off the pad and the rotor. Disconnect the steering knuckle and pull the CV axle off. Replace with new and reinstall the parts.
Replace the caliper .... it has seized. Its the cheapest way out. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Completely agree. Y-THINK-Y
First the front tire must be removed. After doing this the rotor and break caliber will need removed, then the last step is using a impact wrench to take the large bolt out of the center of the axle.
The minimum front brake rotor thickness is three aids of an inch. When the rotor does not have the minimum thickness the auto mechanic replacing the brakes can not use the rotor.