How to Remove the Rear Rotors on a VW Jetta MK5?

Answer With time, the rotors on your Jetta MK5 can become pitted, cracked or riddled with "hot spots" that then cause uneven and rapid wear on your brake pads. When this starts to happen, it's important t... Read More »

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How to Replace Rear Rotors on a 2006 Jetta?

The rear rotors on the 2006 Volkswagen Jetta are responsible for working with the rear brake pads to effectively stop the vehicle during braking. The front brakes bear a greater proportion of the b... Read More »

How to Install Rear Brake Pads & Rotors on a 2000 Jetta?

The 2000 VW Jetta was a popular four-door sedan when it was new, combining high-quality German engineering, simple yet handsome styling and decent performance. The 2000 Jetta is still popular as a ... 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 »

How to Remove Rear Disc Rotors?

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 »