How to Change the Rotors on a 1996 F150?

Answer Ford F150 brake rotors on the 1996 models mount the wheel to the vehicle and provide the friction surface for the brake pads to bear on. The rotor is mounted on a spindle with a pair of tapered rol... Read More »

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How to Change Rotors on a Ford F150?

A Ford F-150 pickup truck uses front disk brakes, which incorporate a rotor and caliper for stopping the vehicle. As pressure is applied to the hydraulic system, the caliper squeezes two pads again... Read More »

How to Change 1996 Taurus Brake Rotors?

Ford Motor Company introduced the Taurus in 1986. The 1996 Ford Taurus was equipped with four different versions of a 3.0-liter V-6, including a DOHC and a Flex-Fuel 3.0-liter version. The 1996 Tau... Read More »

How Do I Change a 1996 Ford F150 Module Ignition Coil?

The ignition coil in your 1996 Ford F150 is at the heart of the ignition system. Without this coil, your Ford pickup would lack the energy to move. The coil produces up to 40,000 volts that it send... Read More »

How to Replace F150 Rotors?

A rotor or disc on the Ford F150's braking system can become scratched or worn down over time, or it may develop deep grooves if you drove it with bad brake pads. You need to replace a scratched, g... Read More »