How to Replace Front Brakes 06-10 Ford Explorer

How to Replace Front Brakes 06-10 Ford Explorer

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace your own worn, squeaky, fading old front brakes. This video is applicable to the 06 Ford Explorer

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Pry Bar
• 17mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• 21mm Socket
• Slip-Joint Pliers
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Brake Parts Cleaner
• Bungee Cord
• Paper Towels
• Floor Jack
• Hammer
• Jack Stands
• Wire Brush

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GrayFatty says:

Thanks for the video, helps out alot

fernando guzman says:

Awsome video..very clear …i love it.

E_Jay says:

10:00 Pro trip. When compressing caliper pistons use old brake pad and C-Clamp instead

Felix Serafin says:

what is the name and brand of the grease used?

T- Terminator says:

Is this the same layout for a 2002 Ford explorer v8?…

alyssanoyola2012 says:

Awesome video man thanks

Harry Prater says:

At 10:00…..would it not be easier to place an old "pad" into the caliper and use a c-clamp….???…just saying.

DJ Tecktock says:

How good are these nakamotos! Trying to get some for my Scion Tc, do they squeal 1 year in?

Willie Macris says:

Thanks for the great video! This was really informative and applicable to my 2007 Mountaineer as well. I'm having trouble with the bolts holding the bracket to the hub – they are incredibly tight and so far I can't break them loose. Is it safe to use an impact wrench on them? And on reassembly, do you know the recommended torque setting for the two different bolt types? Thanks!

Maxx Power says:

Excellent video… I recently replaced both front rotors and brake pads and callipers but now I can't seem to get brake pressure. I did bleed the new callipers and when pumping the pedal it builds pressure but quickly loses it then pedal goes to the floor. Very frustrated… what am I doing wrong? Is it possible a faulty calliper? Vehicle is a 2007 Ford Explorer sport trac

Ollie Hopnoodle says:

Great Video. Made the brake job easier seeing someone do it first. I did in my driveway, it sure would be nice to have a lift!

64CEZZAR says:

Congratulations on the video! What is the name of the cleaning spray? Grateful!

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