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First remove the wheel. Then you remove the caliper. After you remove the caliper you remove the mount that holds the pads. Depending if you had brakes done before their may be clips on the wheel studs. Then it should pull off, if not you may need to take a hammer and knock it free. This happens with rust build up. hope this helps you.

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