7-12. SERVICE BRAKE ROTOR REPLACEMENT
This task covers:
Service brake caliper removed (para. 7-4).
Remove six capscrews (1) and two-piece lockwashers (2) from halfshaft (3), rotor (4), and output
Clean excess sealant from output flange threaded holes with
a 10 mm tap.
Disconnect halfshaft (3) and remove rotor (4) from output flange (5).
New capscrews come with preapplied thread-locking compound,
however, still apply sealing compound to threads of new
capscrews. If old capscrews are to be used, mating threads must
be cleaned and sealing compound applied to threads of
Two-piece lockwashers must be installed in sets of two with
serrated sawtooth threads facing each other.
Apply sealing compound to threads of six capscrews (1).
Install rotor (4) on output flange (5).
Install halfshaft (3) on rotor (4) with six two-piece lockwashers (2) and capscrews (1). Tighten
capscrews (1) to 58 lb-ft (79 Nm).
FOLLOW-ON TASK: Install service brake caliper (para. 7-4).
General mechanics tool kit:
automotive (Appendix B, Item 1)
Maintenance and repair shop equipment:
automotive (Appendix B, Item 2)
Sealing compound (Appendix C, Item 63)
Six two-piece lockwashers
(Appendix G, Item 240.1)