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How to take front rotors off 2006 jeep grand Cherokee

I have a 2006 jeep grand cherokee Laredo 4.7 all wheel drive and I am looking to fine out how to take off the rotars, Can someone help me please

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Remove the brake calipers and the rotors should come right off. If not, spray solvent into wheel stud holes and around the rotor/hub parting line and use a rubber mallet on the rotor (You can also use a piece of 2x4 and lay it across the rotor and strike it with a regular hammer.) From time to time some manufacturers use a flat screw installed in the rotor to hub face, to keep rotor on while going down the assembly line...check to make sure there aren't any on yours.(though I don't remember ever seeing any on Jeeps)

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