Having problems with your 2004 Land Rover Discovery ?

How do you remove the front rotors. I changed my pads but not the rotors. I saw a screw in the rotor with a philip head. I tried using my philip screw driver but it wouldn't turn I was only going to strip the head. So I stopped and didn't replace or turn the rotors. Now they girnd when I stop

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-02-2018

Answers :

You can go to your local auto parts store, advance auto, auto zone and buy a impact hand driver. around 30 bucks. Bang it w/ hammer and it should come right off. If that dont get it off, can also use a drill bit to drill it out. try some wd40 on the screws to loosen them up.
Your rotors are only held on by your brake calipar and wheel when its on..they get rusted on remove wheel break calipar and the rotor should come off use a rubber mallet and beat on rear side and itll pop off.
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