Question about 2007 Toyota RAV4
That doesn't need to come off - that's the axle end bolt and only needs to be removed if you're taking off the axle. Once the rotor is fully visible on the hub (ie, caliper is out of the way, wheel off, lug nuts off), firmly tap the sides of the rotor (not the edge of the disc, but the "hat" - the center section of the rotor) with a hammer. It's most likely that heat and weather have caused corrosion that has bound the rotor to the hub. Whack it a few times with a hammer and see if it comes loose.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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