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Old 03-04-2005, 07:40 PM   #1
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I need some help here. Me and my dad are changing the rotors on my car along with the calipers, and we dont know what size the nut is that holds the rotor on. It is a 1993 SE.

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There is no "rotor nut". The rotors are help on by the caliper and the wheel studs that the wheel bolts to.

Remove the wheel, unbolt the calipers via the allen-head bolt, move calipers out of the way, pull rotor toward you.

You're not loosening the spindle nut, are you? Those are 2X MM, but you only need to remove that to remove the hubs.
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edit...my dad figued out that the rotor comes off around it...
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