How to Replace Ranger Brake Pads?

Answer The brake pads in a Ford Ranger help to stop the vehicle by creating friction against the brake rotor. As brake fluid is forced through steel piping (brake line), a brake caliper piston pushes agai... Read More »

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How to Replace Brake Pads on a Ford Ranger?

Ford Rangers, like any other car or truck, need to have their brake pads changed regularly. Ford Rangers use the same brake pad system as the Ford Explorer and failure to maintain them results in c... Read More »

How to Replace 1987 Ford Ranger Brake Pads?

Your 1987 Ford Ranger uses brake pads for the front wheels because the clamping force of the brake caliper system is far superior to the brake drum system. The pads sit inside of a caliper mechanis... Read More »

How to Replace Brake Pads on a 2003 Ford Ranger?

If you suspect that the brake pads on your 2003 Ford Ranger need replacement, you may hear squealing or grinding when you apply the brakes. The only way to tell is to remove your front tires and i... Read More »

How do I Replace 1993 Ford Ranger Front Brake Pads?

When brake pads are new they do a great job of stopping the vehicle, but over time they begin to wear down and no longer function at their original level of performance. Replacing the brake pads wi... Read More »