My neighbor just bought an impact screwdriver, which worked like an absolute champ while doing a brake job on another neighbor's MDX. I sure wish we'd had one before we (I) spent the better part of an hour drilling out the screws on my wife's Honda when we replaced the rotors on it - NOT fun.
I don't think it's necessary to replace rotor screws. From what I've been told by several mechanics, they are only there because they're needed while the car is on the assembly line.
Originally Posted by Fudman
For me, the e39 is the ... best balance of luxury ... performance ... good looks and class. Sort of the Catherine Deneuve of cars, if you get my drift.