Started off this morning by replacing the two gas struts that hold open the rear hatch, and the one for the hood. Then I changed the "cabin" air filter for the passenger compartment and the wiper blades.
Then out came the power tools, floor jack and jack stands, and I commenced to replace the rear rotors and pads.
Making sure the parking brake was OFF and the front wheels were chocked securely, I jacked the car up and pulled the drivers rear wheel off. The caliper came off easily, but the rotor....SHEESH!
Took me about 20 minutes to find some videos on YouTube showing how to do it. It's really quite simple....you just wail away on it with a BFH until it comes loose!
I found by using a big pry bar between the rotor and caliper mount I didn't have to bash on it as much as the people in the videos were bashing on it.
Took longer than I thought, and it was nice to have my son over to help with the big, heavy rims and tires, and flying the floor jack.
Got the rear finished, but it wasn't all that many years ago that I would have continued and done the fronts, too.
Those will have to wait until tomorrow. I'm trashed and filthy and need a shower and a good night's sleep to do this again.