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When I have to pull ours I spray the immediate area with electrical cleaner to remove dirt and such (it evaporates well) and I either take a digital picture of where the rotor is sitting or make a drawing that shows it and then remove it. I immediately plug the hole with a shop rag to keep stuff out and the make sure I remove it when installing it. I usually put a little synthetic grease on the o-ring seal area to prevent oil leakage on reinstallation. It is much easier to work on it out of the car and you can check the advance weights, etc to make sure everything is clean and free. Good luck.
Old 12-15-1999, 12:33 PM
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