I decided to take a few pics of my brake job and turn them into a DIY. I know there are a couple threads out there, but IIRC, they don't do a step by step with pics. Here goes.
First, break the lug nuts loose. Lift and support the axle with jack stands. I leave the jack in place as an extra measure.
Remove the wheels and attach a bleed container to the bleeder fitting. The container should have a few ounces of clean brake fluid in it.
Loosen the bleeder and compress the caliper by wedging a flat blade screwdriver between the brake pad and the rotor, then pry the pad away from the rotor. Do not go between the pad and the caliper piston as you can tear the dust boot or damage the caliper piston.
Remove the caliper from the caliper bracket and lay it on top of the axle. Do not let it hang by the brake hose.
Remove the brake pads from the caliper bracket.
Remove the caliper bracket.
Clean or replace the brake hardware that the brake pads fit into.
Remove the disc brake rotor. If it is seized to the hub, use the threaded holes provided by threading a bolt through the hole to press the rotor from the hub.