In this video I remove and replace the brake pads and rotors on an e-150 Ford van. This will be a very common repair with all light-duty Ford trucks. I also …
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awesome video. very helpful. i love it when people show how to do things properly
Excellent video. Thanks.
Thanks to your video i can do my rotors on a 1997 ford e-150 i actually called ford and asked them how tight should the rotors be tighten they said between 22-27 inch pounds if any one wants to know.
Once again thanks for a great video.
Great narration with adequate detail. Thanks again.
Awesome vid…..very informative. I’m going to be trying it on my own beast this weekend, wish me luck ! 🙂
Thanks for posting this, I’m used to GM products, and just bought a mid-90’s E150. Curious though, why not replace the bearings, since the inner races are new? Also, I’ve always used a brake-specific grease for the pad mounts, and also apply some to the caliper piston where it meets the pad, seems to eliminate squeal.
thanks now i can do brakes on the van too!
Nice video, thanks for sharing. Is there anything I can do myself to evaluate the possible need to have the rotors cut vs replaced? I have a 2007 f150 2wd with shudder that’s felt when braking and visible in the steering wheel. Many thanks.
Excellent video. there are lots on youtube but this is by far the best for this job.
just did the wheel bearings, pads, rotors and did all the little rubber things like you said to!
thank you so much, your vid rocked!
95z28410,are you a teacher? because this is an excellent video.Thanks.
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