Question about Subaru Legacy
Remove wheel, Brake caliper then the Brake caliper support bracket. Then Rotor slides right off of Wheel studs. Remember to support vehicle properly, and to make sure brake calipers are fully compressed before removing. After caliper is removed try try to support it out of the way. Then on the bake of the brake caliper support bracket there are 2 bolts. Remove them and the rotor will have room to be removed from drive axle hub. Hope this helps and have a great day.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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