How to Remove Rear Disc Rotors?

Answer Rear brakes typically only handle about 20 percent of the braking in any vehicle. The primary function of the rear brakes is to prevent the vehicle from "nose-diving," which happens when the front ... Read More »

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How to Replace Rear Disc Brake Rotors?

Rear disc brake rotors on passenger vehicles are held to the rear axle hubs by the lug nuts and brake calipers. When the brakes are applied, the brake calipers squeeze the brake pads tightly around... Read More »

How to Change Rear Rotors & Disc Brake Pads on a 97 Buick?

The brake pads on a 1997 Buick vehicle are usually changed about once a year. But brake rotors are also part of the maintenance schedule, as they will wear out, score, crack and develop heat check ... Read More »

How to Remove Disc Brake Rotors on a Toyota Matrix?

The brake rotors on a Toyota Matrix are an extremely important aspect of the brake system. Over time, the rotors, which are the round disc that the caliper and brake pads clamp when the brakes are ... Read More »

How to Remove Navigator Rear Rotors?

Occasionally, the rear brake rotors of the Lincoln Navigator may wear down or start grinding because of dirt between the brake pad and the rotor. When this occurs, it is important to remove the rea... Read More »