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Old 28 Nov 2009, 04:32 pm
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Question regarding replacing the front rotors on a 92 accord ex. The book says to separate the lower ball joint, and to pull the hub away from the cv joint. THen there are 4 bolts in teh inside that need to be removed so you can remove the hub. Then there are 4 more bolts, on the outside of the rotor to remove the rotor from the hub. My question, Why remove the hub from the car? Why not just remove the for bolts holding the rotor to the hub?
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