Front rotors, remove tire, remove the brake caliper and the frame that holds the caliper in, there are 2 phillips head screws holding the rotor from just coming off, remove the screws and the rotor will come off
Assuming that you have 4wd or awd the process will be the same as any car however a nut should be holding the rotor on. First remove the tire. Then remove the brake caliper and hang it off to the side with wire or string. The remove the axle nut followed by any bolts holing on the rotor.
You first need to remove the brake calipers and brake pads. It should come off as one solid unit. You then need to take off the back 2 bolts along with the one single bolt in the front. Then pull off and replace old rotors with the new ones and reassemble brake assembly.