How to Replace a Rear Brake Rotor on a Ford Explorer?

Answer The rear brake rotors on the Ford Explorer are subject to the same stress that the front rotors experience. Brake rotors work with the brake pads, using friction to slow and stop your Explorer. The... Read More »

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How to Replace a Rear Brake Rotor on a 1996 Explorer?

If you have noticed track marks or prominent wear on your brake rotor, it may be to replace it. Squealing brakes or a soft response when you press on the brake pedal are other clues that replacemen... Read More »

How to Replace a Front Brake Rotor on a 1994 Ford Explorer 4x4?

It is essential that the front brake rotors on the 1994 Ford Explorer be in good condition in order for the brakes to work properly. The front brakes on your vehicle will wear much faster than the ... Read More »

How to Replace 2001 Ford Explorer Rear Brake Pads?

2001 Ford Explorers have four wheel disc brake systems that provide better brake performance and better vehicular control while braking. As with any four wheel brake system, the rear brake pads wea... Read More »

Ford Explorer Rear Rotor Removal?

Late-model Ford Explorer SUV's are manufactured with rear disc brakes, which have a caliper, rotor, and a drum-style parking brake incorporated into the rotor (as there are no cable-operated calipe... Read More »