The brake rotors on your Isuzu Rodeo may wear too thin, crack or get scored after years of service. Being one of the most important safety components on your vehicle, a worn-out or damaged rotor should be replaced as soon as possible. It is a job you can do yourself using some simple tools and these steps.
Remove the Brake Caliper
Park your Isuzu in a safe place with a level surface, if possible.
Loosen the wheel lugs using a lug wrench on the wheel assembly with the brake rotor you want to replace.