you will need to bleed your brakes .allways start with the brake the farthest from the master cylinder , you can either gravity bleed them by yourself by loosening the bleeder valve on each wheel for 30 minutes each or have someone pump the brakes for you . have them pump the brakes until they get a partial pedal and hold until you release the wheel bleeder .repeat process 3 or 4 times until fluid is free of air and repeat process on each wheel .if this doesnt work you might need to replace youe master cylinder
brake calibers might need replacing,the pistons might be getting stuck,its easy to replace.
You can't adjust disc brakes
Yes it does, I have one!
with your ebrake cable.
need to bleed the lines
On the 4WD SR5 truck, front brakes are disc, and rear brakes are drum.
Cars no but if you want to spend alot of money pickup trucks can. I personally am just going to keep the brakes I have on my truck.
fordparts.com shows disc brakes on the front of a 1988 Ford Ranger
I am watching my husband get madder and madder
In a manual for that vehicle.
Take it to a gargage and ask for your oil pickup changed
No. The 1997 has drum brakes and the 2003 has disc brakes.
How do I release the frozen brakes on the drum of a 1965 Chevy 3/4 ton pickup
same way you would on any other vehicle
YOU WILL ONLY NEED A LUG WRENCH TO TAKE OFF THE WHEELS. THE PADS CAN BE CHANGED WITH A LARGE FLAT BLADE SCREWDRIVER AND A HAMMER. You will only need a lug wrench. the pads can be changed with a large flat blade screwdriver and a hammer. the rear shoes can be changed with a pair of pliers.
take front tires off.
I am working on my 1994 Ext Cab Toyota Pickup and it has drum brakes.
no they changed in 88.
no the brakes are to big. the smallest size is a 16
I just had the same problem with my 1994 Toyota pickup. Ended up being the idler and pitman arm. While you are at it, I would replace the ball joints, rotor and brakes since you'll have to take everything apart anyways. But once I changed those, 100% better!
No, had to have been changed
go to the library and copy instructions from a manual
3/8 inch Allen wrench.
changing front brake pads on 1991 Toyota truck