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Q: Having problems removing rotor

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Having problems removing rotor.maybe I have the wrong tool
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: In order to remove the rotor on most of the...

In order to remove the rotor on most of these cars you have to remove the two screws holding the rotor on and then install them into the opposite holes and turn them in just enough to put pressure on the hub and then tap the rotor all the way around where it contacts the hub and rotor and keep tightening screw and repeat tapping until it comes loose.

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