2002 Ford Explorer Rear Brake Repair?

Answer The rear brakes on the 2002 Ford Explorer wear out at a slower rate than the front, as they have less stopping responsibility. You can anticipate replacing these pads every 45,000 to 55,000 miles, ... Read More »

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How to Repair a 2003 Ford Explorer Rear Brake?

Like any older vehicle, a 2003 Ford Explorer requires maintenance from time to time. One of the most common repair tasks is replacing the brake pads. While the front brake pads tend to wear out mor... Read More »

On my 2002 ford wind star the front driver side brake and rear passenger brake are getting really hot?

Vehicles typically have a dual diagonal braking system. So if something is stuck or dragging the left front or right rear brake, it can heat up and boil the brake fluid which can make both brakes d... Read More »

How to Remove a Rear Hub From a 2002 Ford Explorer?

Removing the bub from your Ford Explorer is a task that you are able complete yourself, if the vehicle requires repairs. Typically, when a bearing goes bad it will need to be replaced by taking off... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot the Rear Heat on a 2002 Ford Explorer?

Ford's 2002 Explorer SUV uses throughput of heated or cooled air to provide comfortable cabin temperatures. The vehicle includes vents and registers placed strategically around the vehicle, includi... Read More »