How to Replace a Brake Rotor on a '94 Accord?

Answer The '94 Honda Accord has a rotor that is bolted to the hub from the rear. This is a wild configuration, making one question what its engineers were thinking. In order to remove the rotor, the spind... Read More »

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How to Replace the Brake Rotor on a 90 to 97 Accord?

The Honda Accord was manufactured with front brake rotors from 1990 to 1997, and these rotors required routine maintenance or replacement. The hydraulic caliper, semi-metallic pads and wheel bearin... Read More »

How to Replace a Brake Rotor on an Accord?

The brake rotor on a Honda Accord is one of three key components of the anti-lock braking system. The rotor works in conjunction with the brake pads to slow and stop the vehicle. The brake pads are... Read More »

Replacing a 1996 Honda Accord Brake Rotor?

Your Honda Accord's brake pads press against the rotors when the brakes are applied. A rotor is made of iron due to its ability to absorb heat. Over time and use, this component wears with scoring,... Read More »

How to Change a Brake Rotor on a 1995 Honda Accord?

Normal brake maintenance of the 1995 Honda Accord's braking system should include maintaining the proper level of brake fluid in the vehicle's master cylinder, replacing the brake pads when they ha... Read More »