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Cannot get rear rotors off car

Does anyone know how to take off the rear rotors on a 2004 acura tl, thank you

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u have the brake caliper off yet? if so then the rotors just pull off, if they don't they are rusted on.

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Make sure the parking brake is off, remove to 2 screws that are holding the rotors. you might have to hit the rotor with a rubber hammer

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