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Using a large flat-bladed screwdriver, press caliper piston back into bore. Use a large C-clamp to bottom piston in bore if additional force is required.
Remove cotter pin from rotor hub nut and remove nut.
Remove bolts that secure the rotor and hub to steering knuckle from inboard (back) side of steering knuckle.
Remove rotor and hub assembly. Replace bearing assembly if damaged.
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