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Machanical replacing brakes and rotors on rear of 2002 dodge caravan and cant get the rotors off.

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There is a parkingbrake inside the hub of the rotor try hitting the hub with a hammer as hard as you can swing a couple of times without hitting the wheelstuds there may also be clips on at least 2 studs if the rotors havent been off remove these clips dont worry if you break them you wont need them the rotor should come off

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