How to Install Rear Brake Pads Rotors Adjust Parking Brake 06-10 Ford Explorer

How to Install Rear Brake Pads Rotors Adjust Parking Brake 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 brakes. This video is applicable to 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 Ford Explorer

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Ratchet
• Torque Wrench
• Anti-Seize Grease
• Brake Parts Cleaner
• Paper Towels
• Floor Jack
• Hammer
• Jack Stands
• Large C-Clamp
• Wire Brush

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leafartyahoo says:

The parking brake should be released, in order to perform these replacements?

Mat D says:

Thank you saved me a ton of money. Bought brakes today from you

James Courier says:

Glad to see that these rear caliper pistons do not need any special tools to compress. This is a no-brainer. Thanks for posting, and keep these great videos coming! 😀


Bolt slide boots on the back side won't clear the fitment with the new pads. what do I do??

Kelly H says:

No contact surface scuff required anymore?

Mr. Boostang says:

Changed rotors and pads but I'm getting alot of squealing, especially while turning at low speeds, any ideas?

Steven Spirito says:

Awesome information and tutorial as always Mike thanks so much I'm on my third explorer you've got great info for all of them

Grumpy Dad DIY says:

Thanks, Great Video Now I know how to adjust my parking brake

Jim Berg says:

It's a good idea to clean the rust off of the hub. This ensures that the rotor seats flush against the hub so it doesn't feel warped later.

Anastasio Landa says:

brakes feeling good, just is time to change the pads and rotors but was not sure if i have to bleed the lines or not

Anastasio Landa says:

do i have to bleed the line if i change the rotors?

Jose Garcia says:

I can't get the rotor off on the left rear side, is there anything extra I have to do?

DenseAlloy says:

Thanks. Saved me a ton of money for all 4 rotors and shoes at the shop.

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