I haven't had a chance to do a write up on this.
Should look like this
You then compress the caliper with a C clamp but only about 1mm
Then remove the 2 bolts on the back.
Remove the old pads and then you will need a piston turn in tool to compress the piston the rest of the way or you risk damaging the parking brake. Sorry, don't have a picture of this. But it'* a cube that goes on a ratchet wrench.
You might have to knock the old rotor off.
Put on the new rotor.
Put the new pads on and reinstall.