How to Replace the Rotor in a Ford Explorer?

Answer When your rotors become warped or worn down on your Ford Explorer, the result is a very obnoxious shudder every time you hit the brakes, usually accompanied by some thudding and screeching. If this... Read More »

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

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 »

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 »

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 »

How to Take off the Rotor on a 1997 Ford Explorer XLT?

The front brake rotors on a 1997 Ford Explorer XLT are a part of the braking system. As the brake pads wear down, so do the brake rotors, and they replacement or resurfacing. Doing so is not a comp... Read More »