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How do I remove the brake rotors on a toyota rav4 2006

Don't know how to remove them.

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Remove the caliper retaining bracker (2 bolts), and remove the bracket/caliper assembly. the rotors jut pull off; you may need to tap them with a hammer to loosen them up from the hub.

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