They are located behind the wheels on your vehicle. To replace them, first unscrew the lug nuts and then lift the wheel off to access the brake rotors. Take the brake calipers off next using either a screwdriver or Allen key. Remove the brake rotor by simply pulling it away or using a bit of penetrating oil if it is stuck because of corrosion. Before you install the new brake rotor, clean it with a brake cleaner solvent to improve its performance.

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