How Do I Change The Rotors on a Jeep?

Answer The rotors on a Jeep are held to the lower control arm by four metal securing nuts connected to four support bolts. The rotor slides on and off of the support bolts when the securing nuts are remov... Read More »

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How to Change the Brake Rotors on a 1999 Jeep Wrangler?

Many people change their own brakes because it saves money and time. But changing the brakes on your Jeep doesn't just mean changing out the front pads; it also means replacing or turning the front... Read More »

How to Change Front Brake Rotors on 1988 Jeep Cherokees?

Despite retaining the same basic shape throughout its 17-year lifespan, the Cherokee remained a popular model among compact SUV buyers. Prior to the introduction of the Cherokee as a standalone mod... Read More »

How to Remove Jeep Rotors?

Removing a brake rotor from a Jeep can be a great project that even a novice home mechanic can complete. If you need to replace the rotors or maybe upgrade them, remove the old ones and discard the... Read More »

How to Remove 2000 Jeep Rotors?

When the disc brakes on your Jeep start to go out, the brake pads' wear indicators will start to squeak. Don't just change the pads to stop the squeal; you also need to replace or turn the rotors. ... Read More »