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DIY: 06+ Honda Civic (EX, LX, DX) Rotor and Brake Pads Part 2

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  • DIY: 06+ Honda Civic (EX, LX, DX) Rotor and Brake Pads Part 2





    And thats it basically, if you have a rubber mallet, use it to hit the bakc of the rotor to loosen it fromt he rust and slowly pull it towards you, it will be hard but if you work with it, it will come out.

    And remeber you do NOT need to replace the two screws you removed from the rotor, that is just something factory puts in so it doesnt fall off when putting the car together. If you are still concerned, this is why you have 5 lugs to hold your wheel and your ROTOR. If that is not enough then I dont know what is.

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    DIY: 06+ Honda Civic (EX, LX, DX) Rotor and Brake Pads Part 2

    ummm....i have no clue what is going on here...where are the DIY pics lol

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      DIY: 06+ Honda Civic (EX, LX, DX) Rotor and Brake Pads Part 2

      umm did you check part 1?

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