Originally Posted by InnerCityHillBilly
take the 2 caliper bolts off on the back of the caliper. the caliper will come off after the bolts are taken off, hang the caliper up so its not swingin around, the rotor will slide off after the caliper is off, if the rotor does not just slide off use a rubber mallet and tap around.
That works for 4wd, 2wd is different.
Here's the instructions from the FSM.
(1) Raise vehicle.
(2) Remove wheel cover and wheel and tire assembly.
(3) Remove caliper and brakeshoe assembly but do
not disconnect brake line. Support caliper on stool, or
box. Do not allow brake hose to support caliper
(4) On 2-wheel drive models, remove grease cap,
cotter pin, nut lock,nut, thrust washer and outer
wheel bearing. Then remove rotor and hub assembly.
CAUTION: On 2-wheel drive models with ABS
brakes, the tone wheel for the front wheel sensor is
located on the rotor hub. Exercise care
when handling the rotor during service. The entire
rotor and hub assembly will have to be replaced if
the tone wheel becomes damaged during handling.
(5) On 4-wheel drive models, remove stamped rotor
retainer nuts or clips and remove rotor.
(6) On 2-wheel drive models, if rotor will be refinished,
remove wheel bearings from rotor hub so rotor
can be mounted on brake lathe arbor.