My Ford F-150 2+4 2010 does the rotor have bolts in them from the back ? Or is it held on only by the bearings nut?
No. Just on the calipers. (2). Service manual indicates the two caliper bolts should be replaced when servicing the brakes and tightened to 184 ft. lbs.
do not remove the bearing nut in the center. It has to be replaced once removed and they cost about forty bucks each.
It shakes now does that mean rotors r warped ?
Are the rotors grooved on the face where they meet the pads? If so they should be replaced. If not grooved take them to a shop that turns rotors, they can tell you if they are sharped. The shake feeling could be caused by a number of things, not just the brakes. A broken belt in a tire. A bad suspension part. A bad bearing. An unbalanced tire. If you cannot figure it out, have a shop give you an estimate and get back.
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