Q: I need help replacing my 1985 Dodge Ram d50 rotors

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I don't know how to take off the rotors to my vehicle.

My car has 15000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi there:

If you’re referring to the brake rotors on the front end, the best advice we can offer is to purchase a service manual for your 1985 Dodge Power Ram; as this will give you detailed instructions on how to complete this task for the specific model of vehicle you have. If you’re looking for some assistance with this job, feel free to contact one of our professional mobile mechanics who can replace your brake rotors.

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