How to Replace Rear Brakes 07-14 Ford Edge

How to Replace Rear Brakes 07-14 Ford Edge

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Brake pads wear out over time, much like tires, and need replacing, on average, every 50,000 miles, with variations depending on driving habits and environment. Brake rotors may also need to be replaced if they are warped or grooved. Often, it’s safer and more cost effective to replace pads and rotors at the same time. Squealing or grinding noises, or wheel vibration are all symptoms of worn brakes. This video shows you how to install new, quality TRQ brake pads and rotors on your 2007-14 Ford Edge.

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Kiley Staats says:

What year was this Edge? I just did my wife's 07 today, and the rear calipers didn't have the notches for the twist to press in. The face was completely smooth.

Elmm1914 says:

Wow, really enjoyed your easy to follow and clear visual instructions. Made my brake job easier. Thank you.

Jerrilynn says:

The bolt on the rubber dampner will not move

maurice stevenson says:

Do you HAVE to torque your caliber back to manufactured specs?

Silviano Perez Jr says:

Great video. No nonsense and straight to work. Thank you

Kent Powell says:

great video – thanks

sellstuff2huntstuff says:

Dude, There is a place in Heaven for you! Any one who gives this video a thumbs down, well you suck. Best video on this subject out there.
Compressing that rear cylinder I would have fought for a long time had i not watched this first. Thanks Man!

Hoova0797 says:

Appreciate the info….always like to review these before performing on a vehicle I'm not 100% familiar with. 2 x comments: First, I would ALWAYS retract the piston with the old rotor around so you don't worry about accidentally damaging it or something….you can also spray WD-40 on the boot around the piston to help it collapse a little easier. Second, you can rent the tool to easily collapse the piston from Autozone for free instead of cracking the bleeder and would recommend at least bleeding it properly if you do open it.

Lysle Anderson says:

Why is nothing rusted? You do not live in Canada. Good video anyways- thanks.

Rambo Ollie says:

Instead of cracking the bleeder loose just open the brake Reservoir cap that usually allows room for the expansion. Great videos man keep up the hard work

Rich says:

No need to look any further. HANDS DOWN THE BEST VIDEO on changing the rear brakes on the Ford_Edge! Very straight to the point. Lighting was excellent(not like other video out there that can't show exactly what you mean). I couldn't get the piston to compress in until this vid on how to do it.
Thank you for your time. Excellent job!

Jeff Lotz says:

can you adjust these calipers when the pads wear a little????

Ken Egerton says:

I don't believe he mentioned what size torx bit for caliper bolt

Apache 59 says:

Yessss i knew i wasnt the only one who puts rotor backwards to brake clean

Erik Defibaugh says:

Wow! No B.S. and straight to business. Also, no lousy background music. Awesome job!

zmanvideo1 says:

this is the gold standard brake replacement video!!! Thank you!!!

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