How to Replace Rear Disc Brakes in a Ford Taurus?

Answer To replace the rear disc brakes on a Ford Taurus, you must first purchase the special tool, Rear Caliper Piston Adjuster T87P-2588-A, from your local Ford dealership. Unlike many vehicles, you can'... Read More »

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How to Adjust the Rear Disc Brakes on a Ford Taurus?

The late model Ford Taurus leaves the factory equipped with four-wheel disc brakes. The disc braking system replaced drum brakes due to several advantages offered to the driver. The disc brakes pro... Read More »

How do I Bleed Rear Disc Brakes in a 1996 Ford Taurus?

Ford offered the 1996 Taurus with two-wheel front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. After-market options allow you to add four-wheel disc brakes, and newer models came stock with four-wheel disc br... Read More »

How to Replace Front Disc Brakes in a Ford Taurus?

If your 2001 through 2004 model Ford Taurus comes to a screeching halt when you stop or if the car pulls to one side when you apply the brakes, you have a problem. Another indication that you need... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Disc Brake Pads on a 1995 Ford Taurus?

The 1995 Ford Taurus features either rear drum brakes and brake shoes, or rear disc brakes and brake pads. Unlike the front disc brakes and brake pads, the rear brakes account for only about 30 per... Read More »