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Changing Rotors Brake

Changing Rotors Brake

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How to change rotors brake
How to change rotors brake

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Published by: Melody Cotton on Feb 21, 2014
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Time, Total Time, Cost, First-Time Cost Number of Persons Difficulty level Tools Special Tools Special Parts Service Manual Pages Service Interval Prerequisite www.nsxprime.com

30min, 1h35min/1h55min, $0-0, $0-0 1 5 Torque wrench, 17mm socket, Ratchet, 8mm screw (optional), emery cloth, impact screwdriver (optional) None Rotors 18-15, 19-5, 19-16, 19-9-10, 19-19-20 jack (20min), front/rear wheels (15min), remove front/rear calipers (30min/50min)


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An impact screwdriver may be necessary in case your rotors are attached to the hub with Phillips screws. a ratchet. 2 of 5 08/02/2013 13:42 . 17mm socket.com/nsxgarage/brakes/rotors/rotors.Rotors http://www. Prepare tools: we will need a torque wrench. a 8mm screw (use a break hose bracket bolt 12mm socket. see removing front/rear calipers) and some emery cloth.danoland.htm Procedure 1.

htm 2. Jack up the car and remove the appropriate wheels. 4.danoland. Remove the two caliper bracket bolts. use the 17mm socket and torque wrench or breaker bar to initially break the screws loose--they're on there tight.com/nsxgarage/brakes/rotors/rotors.Rotors http://www. 3 of 5 08/02/2013 13:42 . Use the ratchet or your fingers to loosen the screws the rest of the way. Remove the front / rear calipers. 3.

Remove the rotor 4 of 5 08/02/2013 13:42 .htm 5a. then these need to be removed first using the impact screwdriver. use the 8mm screw to break the rotor free. do the same with the other side of the rotor to completely break it free 6. First use one of the 8mm screw holes in the rotor and turn the screw until the rotor breaks free.danoland. 5b.com/nsxgarage/brakes/rotors/rotors. Just place the tool over the Phillips screw head and strike with a hammer and the screws will easily loosen. If necessary. If your rotors are held on by two Phillips screws.Rotors http://www.

don't forget to put the 8mm brake hose bracket screw back on if applicable 11. Clean off any oxidation from the hub and both sides of the rotor and wheel where the rotor makes contact with the hub and wheel. Lower the car and torque the lug nuts 5 of 5 08/02/2013 13:42 . Reinstall the caliper.htm 7. Reinstall the rotor 9. Use the emery cloth. 8.danoland. Reinstall the caliper bracket and the two screws--torque them two 80 lb-ft (17mm socket) 10. Reinstall the wheel 12.Rotors http://www.com/nsxgarage/brakes/rotors/rotors. Here I'm using a die grinder with a Scotchbrite pad to knock off the oxidation buildup.

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