how do you remove the right rear rotor? ive removed the old brake pads & caliper but cannot take off old rotor

Asked by Jun 03, 2013 at 12:39 AM about the 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6

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A big hammer. Place a block of wood on the rotor and bang it with a hammer a couple places around the rotor to free it. Youtube has a few videos you can view for alternate methods.

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