remove the brake caliper and the rotors come right off
tools you need for job
warped rotors change them and it should be fine
You do not need a torque wrench when replacing brake pads and rotors. Some of the tools needed to change the rotors and pads are the c-clamp, sockets, wrench, grease, and brake cleaner.
Rear rotors should last 100,000 miles easily!! change your brake shoes at around 45-50,000 miles
lots, replace pads and shims, clean and pack wheel bearings with grease and replace grease seals, resurface/replace rotors
how to change rotors on a 2001 Chevy lumina
Hire a mechanic!
Lug wrench, metric socket set, "C" clamp
you'll need to pop off the grease cap then remove the snap ring to get the hub off to get the rotor off.
the threaded holes are for removing the rotor. If the rotor does not come off with ease, a bolt of the same size can be inserted in and the rotor "pryed" off, using a socket set.
When rotors need to be changed usually the pads have worn down. It is always a good idea to change pads when changing rotors.