Remove the rotor. If the rotor is stuck to the hub, spray a liberal amount of penetrating lubricant along the hub-to-rotor seam and strike the plate of the rotor with a hammer to break it free. Be careful on the rear rotors because you can damage the brake shoes integrated in the parking brake system.
Clean the surface and edges of the hub flange with a die grinder and a coarse reconditioning disc. Remove as much rust and corrosion as you can.
Spray the new brake rotors with brake cleaner spray to remove the rust prevention coating they come packaged with. Spray both sides of the rotors. For the front rotors, spray some into the vents as well. Dry the surface of the rotors with a shop rag. It's okay if the vents are still wet as the aerosol spray self-evaporates fairly quickly.
Place the new rotor onto the hub flange and then replace the caliper assembly over the rotor. Align the caliper bolts to their respective holes in the knuckle and tighten them with the torque wrench set at 110 foot-pounds and a metric socket.
Replace the wheel and lug nuts and then tighten the lug nuts to 100 foot-pounds with the torque wrench and socket.
Repeat the rotor replacement for the other side. Rotors should always be replaced in axle sets.
Pump the foot brake until it feels firm when the Tribute is lowered back onto the ground. This will seat the pads to the new rotors. Remove the wheel chock and then test-drive the Tribute for proper braking operation.