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 How to Remove the Front Brake Rotor in a 2002 Mercury Villager?

Answer Replacing the rotors on a 2002 Mercury Villager is necessary if the rotors become warped (out of round or excessive runout) or have physical scores, rust pits or grooves. Because the rotor is the s... Read More »
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How to Remove a Front Brake Rotor From a 2002 F150 4X4?

The Ford F-150 was introduced in 1975 and eventually replaced the F-100. The 2002 Ford F-150 was equipped with a 4.2-liter V-6 as the base engine. Two versions of the 4.6-liter V-8 and two versions... Read More »
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How to Replace the Front Brake Pads for a 2001 Mercury Villager?

The 2001 Mercury Villager has disc brakes in the front. Disc brakes are self-adjusting and provide shorter braking distances and better brake-response time than drum-brake systems. While the disc b... Read More »
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How to Replace the Rotor in a Mercury Villager?

If you notice that your Mercury Villager is starting to vibrate or pulse when you're coming to a stop, it's time to replace those old rotors. Your rotors are probably warped or worn down. You can h... Read More »
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How to Remove a Front Rotor From a 1989 Mercury Tracer?

1989 was the last year the Mercury Tracer was based on the Mazda 323 import chassis. The following year, the Tracer would adapt to the domestic Ford Escort chassis. The import version featured fron... Read More »
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