Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
Jack up the vehicle, and place a jack stand under the frame where you are working. Remove the wheel/tire. Observe the caliper. On the back side, remove the bolts that holds the caliper onto the caliper bracket. Suspend the caliper, and try to not stretch or kink the rubber brake hose. Next, remove the bolts that holds the caliper bracket to the metal plate. After the bracket is loose, tap on the backside of the rotor to dislodge it from the hub. This is a very easy procedure.
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