Question about 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Take the two bolts off that hold the brake caliper, then take the two bolts out that hold the caliper bracket, then all that should be holding on the rotor is rust and adhesion caused by heat. Tapping on the outside of the rotor with a hammer should loosen it up so you can take it off........ The only exception is on some vehicles assembled at some plants in order to keep the rotor on the wheel they put a screw in the rotor that is between the holes the wheel bolts to. It is usually a phillips head and the head of the bolt is about 3/4-1" in diameter. If you have one of those on the rotor, you will either need to heat that up or get a impact driver to get it out. And then throw it away because it has no purpose other then to help out the assembly line workers.
If not phillips screw, then tap it good with a hammer till it loosens up.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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