I am having trouble getting the right brake rotor off. Any suggestions? on 1994 Hyundai Excel

The nut seems to be seized or something. Have been spraying it with WD40 but still won't budge

by in Morton, NY on August 24, 2013
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1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by , August 24, 2013
If you mean the hub retaining nut i think the rotor can be removed without removing that big nut! It should come off the hub after caliper and bracket are removed.
COMMENT by , August 24, 2013
Thanks but it does need to come off on the Excel. We heated it for an hour and it finally gave. Finally all done :)
COMMENT by , August 24, 2013
Cool! Couldn't remember for sure, been awhile since i worked on one! I guess the rotor comes off the back side of the hub! Anyway, glad you got it fixed!