With the brake caliper removed, remove the two bolts on the brackets and slide the rotor off; it may need a little help by tapping with a hammer. Instructions for the procedure are in my article.
What should I get done first: wheel bearings, or brake pads and rotors?
Do you have to remove the brake pads and rotors to get to the wheel bearings?
I've let my car brakes go past the threshold of grinding, and the pedal goes all the way to the floor. I am preparing to buy some brake pads and rotors. The car makes a really loud metal on metal sound. Is this something to worry about?
When I press the brake pedal, it is hard, and I hear air coming out of the pedal. What could be the problem?
I tried replacing my brake booster, but still can't get any peddle up. What can be the issue?
I just did a complete brake pad and rotor change for my 2010 Dodge Charger because when I drive on the highway and brake, the whole car will start to shake. The problem stopped for a bit, but now it starting to do the same. Can you offer any solution to my problem?
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