No. Just remove the caliper, pads, caliper carrier and the rotor will be secured with one or two posidrive or torx screws. You may need to encourage the rotor to come off with a hammer. Clean up the hub face with a wire brush and remove all rust before fitting the new rotor without any grease on the mating surfaces.
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Looks a good guide to me - same as on my Ford. I assume you are changing pads as well.
Not a difficult job but dont do it just on a jack, stick an axle stand underneath and you dont need to let the parking brake off if doing the fronts. A claiper wind back tool is useful especially when doing the back ones