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Front brake rotor cant remove is there a special tool needed

How do I remove the front brake rotor on my 2003 jeep liberty

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Welcome to fixya
chyrsler used two different set-ups on the front of these vehicles as i have recently found out. the best bet for you to do is contact your local dealership and talk to service and let them know what edition you have renegade i.e. they will be able to tell you exactly which way yours comes off. sorry cant be more help to you but this way will save you tons of time and hassles. good luck and happy motoring.



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