Rear Brake Rotors on a MK3

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Rear Brake Rotors on a MK3

Post by brwhite » Sun Apr 16, 2006 7:26 pm

-jack up the car-take off the rear wheels-remove ebrake cable-remove caliper and carrier by removing carrer-pry off the dust caps with a screwdriver - sometimes channellocks work better by twisting gently or wiggling. try not to dent the cap-remove the cotter pin with needle nose pliers-remove the crown nut-remove the nut-pull off rotor with bearings-remove abs crown on back of bearing -put abs crown on new rotors with new bearings (packed and all)-clean/regrease spindles-slide on rotor assembly with bearings-tighten nut (Read Bently Manual)-put crown nut back on (certain position)-put new cotter pin in-ad a dab of grease to the whole thing-put dust cap back on-push piston back in with special brake tool-attach carrier/caliper-attach ebrake cableHere is the pictorial howto:http://www.brwhite.net/gallery...age=1

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