How to Change the Front Rotors on a 2001 Honda Accord?

Answer A rotor is a metal disk behind all four wheels on the Honda Accord. The rotors are connected to the brake caliper, and held in place on the lower control arm and rear axle by four securing nuts. If... Read More »

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How to Change the Front Brake Rotors in a 2001 Accord?

Damage to the brake rotors often occurs as a result of ignoring the squealing of the brake pad's sensor, which indicates that the pads are bad. Although the squealing may eventually stop, it does i... Read More »

How many miles before I change the rotors on my 2001 Honda Accord?

The actual mileage that rotor replacement varies greatly on the style of driving you do. A person who drives almost solely on the interstate, with little stopping needed, can have their rotors last... Read More »

How to Change the Front Rotors on a 1999 Honda Accord?

The 1999 Honda Accord was manufactured with front disk brakes, which include a rotor, caliper, and pads that use friction to stop the car. The rotor, a spinning friction surface, can wear down or b... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Rotors on a 2003 Honda Accord?

The front rotors that come on a 2003 Honda Accord spin with the wheels. When the brake pedal is applied, the brake calipers close and grip against the rotors, slowing the vehicle. Over time the bra... Read More »