Mark;<p>Is the Sienna gonna be available for back-up?<br>Do you have the new parts yet?<p>Scroll on this for a quick pic...<p><A HREF="http://www.vlvworld.com/200/Section_6_7.htm" TARGET="_blank">http://www.vlvworld.com/200/Section_6_7.htm</A><p>George Dill<br>
You may find that the rotors do not want to come off. If you are replacing them, you can pound them out. If not.... well... pull carefully.<p>Oh yes... A common problem on removing the rotors: forgetting to remove the locator pin (or screw) and wondering why the rotor won't come off.<p>Another tip... have an old metal coat hanger handy. You can use it to hold the brake caliper while you have it off. You don't want to let the caliper hang by the hoses.<p>Yet Another tip... get the anti-squeal compound. Most parts stores sell this stuff you squeeze onto the back of your brake pads before you put them in. It forms a shall rubber cushion to keep the brakes from squealing. Volvo brakes are known for squealing if you skip this step.<p>I would also take the time to bleed the brakes and change all the brake fluid with fresh stuff.