Mechanical-type here. I’m pretty sure the rear rotors on the TC are floating, meaning they **should **just come off. Just make sure the parking brake isn’t set.
See that big hole in the middle? It’s fitting around a short “post” if you will, right? Good.
PB Blaster or other penetrating oil, and a BFH are called for.
Whack the edge of the rotor horizontally, towards the car - on the flat, not the edge.
Hit it at 9 o’clock, then 3 o’clock, repeat as necessary. You just need to break the bond between the inside of your middle hole and its neighbor the “post”.
When loose, pull at 3 and 9 alternately until you fall on your ass. Have your spouse document this for us.
Fit new rotor. I suggest you have them turned first.
Yeah, I know they’re supposed to be true, but they’re not. They’ve been on the deck of a ship that came from Mexico or China for months, and have gotten hot and cold and they’re warped just a teeny bit. Ten bucks apiece now will eliminate that shudder as you brake, and you won’t have to pull it all apart to do it later.
Trust me. Have I ever steered you wrong?