How to Fix the Brakes on a 2003 Ford Explorer?

Answer The 2003 Ford Explorer braking system comes with all-wheel disc brake pads. The braking system also includes the brake caliper and the brake rotor. The brake pads are seated inside of the brake cal... Read More »

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How to Replace a 2003 Ford Explorer 2003 Headlight Bulb?

The headlight bulb on a 2003 Ford Explorer is enclosed inside a single front light assembly that houses several other bulbs, including your running lights and front turn signal light bulb. Driving ... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Brakes on My 2003 Explorer?

The rear brakes on a 2003 Ford Explorer stabilize the vehicle when braking, preventing the rear end of the vehicle from moving out of line with the front end. Since the front brakes handle most of ... Read More »

How to Change Ford Explorer Brakes?

It is always advisable to replace the brakes on a Ford Explorer with at least the equivalent type brakes as original. The amount of metallic used in the original pads is designed to dissipate heat ... Read More »

How to Change the Brakes on a Ford Explorer Xlt 4WD?

Some of the early 90s Ford Explorers have disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. Newer models have four-wheel drive disc brakes. Some are two-wheel drive and some are four-wheel driv... Read More »