Removing a Rotor From a 2001 Honda Accord?

Answer All four brake rotors on the 2001 Honda Accord are secured to the axle by the pressure of the wheel nuts, which hold the wheels in place on the frame. All four wheels also use disk brakes, which ma... Read More »

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How to Remove the Brake Rotor from a 2003 Honda Accord?

The braking system on a 2003 Honda Accord goes through a lot of abuse over the course of its lifetime, and eventually every component on it will need to be replaced. The brake rotors are one of the... Read More »

Honda Accord Rotor Removal?

Many manufacturers have the same basic instructions for removing the rotors on a car and Honda's are no different. The Japanese car company has made removal very easy, and in a few simple steps you... Read More »

How to Replace the Rotor in a Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord utilizes four brake discs (brake rotors) for braking. These rotors rarely need to be replaced, but if they become warped or worn down and can't be resurfaced, then it's time to swa... Read More »

How to Remove a Rotor on a 2000 Honda Accord?

When you change out the brake pads on your 2000 Honda Accord, you also need to either turn or replace the front rotors. As the rotors wear down, grooves form in the surface, which match with the br... Read More »