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How do i take off the front rotor to a 95 grand cherokee 4x4 4.0 liter

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Remove the caliper, then give rotor a good solid smack with a large rubber hammer or a 2x4 placed across it for protection and a decent weight hammer. (use wd 40 around center and also through openings where wheel lugs come through.) I know...sounds really "high tech" but it works every time!

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