How to Replace the Rotor in a Ford Taurus?

Answer If your trusty Taurus just isn't so trusty anymore when you hit the brakes and you know your brake pads are in good shape, chances are your rotors are the culprit and need to be swapped out for new... Read More »

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How to Change a Ford Taurus Rear Brake Rotor?

The Taurus has been a long-lived mid-sized sedan in the Ford Motor Company. It has front disc brakes, while the rear brakes may be drum or disc. Unlike the front rotors, the rear rotors are solid p... Read More »

How to Remove a 1996 Ford Taurus Front Rotor?

The Ford Taurus has lived a rather roller-coaster-like life. It began as one of the most advanced and modern cars of its time, later it shifted to an oval-obsessed monster, then it became downright... Read More »

How to Remove the Disc Brake Rotor on a 1996 Ford Taurus?

The spinning rotor provides a friction surface for the brake pads to slow or stop your 1996 Ford Taurus. But miles of service and brake system problems may lead to brake rotor damage. Cracks, heat ... Read More »

How to Replace a Ford F-250 Rotor?

When you apply the brakes in your F-250, two brake pads on each wheel rub against cast-iron rotors. Friction slows the car, but it also wears the pads and rotors down over time. The front brakes on... Read More »