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How do i remove the rear rotor? 2001 chevy blazer 2 wd

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Tools needed are hammer and screew driver, remove the screews and the tap with the hammer in the center then light tap from side to side

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Rear rotor removal/01 chevy blazer

You'll need to unbolt the caliper and the caliper carrier. Spray some WD-40 around the studs and center of the rotor, tap on it with a hammer to break the rust free.

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I had a similar problem on my 2001 blazer. The rear window seal joint on mine is located just above the latch, allowing some small amount of water to get into the latch and rust to develop, disabling the latch. After bringin it to the dealer twice, I ended up removing the tailgate interior panel, removing the latch, and cleaning it myself. After the good cleaning, just be sure to oil it (WD-40 or similar) regularly to avoid the issue in the future. Hope it helps!

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