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How To Remove a Seized Brake Rotor

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  1. step : Removing the Brake Rotor (0:00)
    • Apply rust penetrant to the brake rotor
    • Strike the rotor with a hammer, being careful not to hit the studs
    • Pull the rotor off

After you have the caliper off, coat with penetrating oil around the wheel studs and the center. To get this apart, use a nice big hammer. Avoid hitting your lugs. You just want to hit the rotor itself. The rotor comes off.

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  • Rust Penetrant

How to Replace Distributor Cap & Rotor 95-05 Chevy Blazer S10

How to Replace Distributor Cap & Rotor 95-05 Chevy Blazer S10

Watch this video to learn how to fix engine misfiring or stumbling. The experts at 1A Auto show how to replace the distributor cap and rotor on your 98-05 Chevy Blazer or GMC Jimmy.

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