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Auto Inkoop Bedrijf Auto Inkopers Taxaties & Waardebepaling 1A Auto shows you how to save yourself some big money. Replace your own front brakes. In this video we show you how to replace the front brakes on a 1998 Ford Explorer. This procedure is the same for any 1995-2001 Ford Explorer, 1998-2003 Ranger, 1998-2003 Mazda Pickup, and 1997-2001 Mercury Mountaineer. The procedure is basically the same for many front wheel drive front disc brake equipped vehicles.

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11 Responses to “Auto Repair: Replace Front Brake Pads Rotors Ford Explorer Ranger Mountaineer 4×4 95-03 –”

  1. d46512 says:

    Nice touch that you reduce audio level during use of air tools 🙂 But audio also seems to be jumping up and down spontaneously.

  2. displayfireworks1 says:

    Oh, you should not have rushed that last part where the caliber goes back on. I am going to attempt changing the brakes on a 2003 Grand Marquis and wanted to see that last part. Would it be as simple as you show on the 2003 Grand Marquis?

  3. 1aauto says:

    @displayfireworks1 It will be similar for the front brakes.

  4. markgildersleeve says:

    I’m a car guy and have done this same job myself many times before on my Explorers and Mustangs. I do a quality job and I’m confident in my work however not being a trained mechanic, I’m not the quickest on the planet at most auto repairs. This is because repair jobs like these don’t come along very often and you tend to forget things over time.

    I found this video very helpful as a refresher as I get ready to go out to my shop to do the brakes on my 04 Sport Trac. After viewing it, I am no

  5. 0scarsky says:

    aaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!! you got cut!!! hahaha I knew I’ll see it sooner or later on your videos… I feel your pain!!!

    Have a request, I would really like to see this video again BUT with on a vehicle with the ABS system (I imagine it would be more parts), also I would like to know why does the caliper has to be held high….

    I’ve attempted to do this myself before but I was missing so many missing steps! Thank you very much, ABSOLUTELY helpful!!!! Thank you!

  6. 1aauto says:

    @0scarsky Yeah you turn enough wrenches and you are bound to break the skin. Doing rakes on an ABS equipped vehicle is not different from a non ABS.. The sensors are not in any of the parts you remove during this procedure.

  7. 1aauto says:

    @markgildersleeve Thanks for the post, yeah I’ve even got a few mechanics that use my videos to cut down the time it takes them to do a job. I am happy to help anyone save time, and saving time saves money!

  8. drumbum4628 says:

    this is bull….i have a ford explorer 2000 and my rotors dont come off that easy, i need to take the center cap, safety metal pin, and so on just to take the rotor off.

  9. 1aauto says:

    @drumbum4628 This video is done on a 4×4. Yours must be a 2 wheel drive.

  10. drumbum4628 says:

    @1aauto aaahhh that would make sense, but just for future reference you should add a 4×4 because it makes hell of a difference buddy. thanks any way

  11. TheExceptionL says:

    Thank you! This video Helped out A LOT!!! You guys are the BEST.

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