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How do I take the front rotors off?

(2002 Toyota Camry)
in Buckeye, AZ on March 03, 2009
I'm trying to replace the front rotors and they are stuck. Is there a process, a trick or are they still secured with bolts I can't see. The pads, caliper and caliper holders are off. I've tried hitting it hard with a rubber mallet but no luck.
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on March 04, 2009
Here's a online guide to R & R the rotors http://bit.ly/aEqqm Maybe this will help
on September 15, 2009
there should be two threaded holes opposite each other that accept a screw bolt. Tighten the bolts in the holes a little at a time to back off the rotor. make sure you use the right size bolt and hardened steel.Tighten one bolt a little then the other.
on October 09, 2017
Can you explain this a little more? I have a 03 Toyota Avalon and can not get the dang rotor off. There is nothing in the manual about it but I do see the threaded holes. I don't see anything in there to put some kind of driver into to turn it. Please help.
Sounds like the rotors are just rusted to the hubs. You have done everything correct. There are no "secret bolts" just replaced a set today.
of Greg Solow's Engine Room on September 15, 2009
Kaz121 is absolutely right, size of bolts is 8mm x 1.25 thread.
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