2006 Ford Explorer Q&A

2006 Ford Explorer Question: Brake replacement

Currently replacing the rear brakes. need to know why the rotor is so hard to remove once its broken free. thanks....bp -
Answer 1
Be sure to remove the rear caliper and its bracket. Also, rotors can rust on to the hub, so you need to use some penetrating oil. You may even have to tap it with a hammer. here is link to some info that will help http://bit.ly/mitchell_repair_manuals_online -
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