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How do you change brake pads on a 2003 Mercury Mountaineer truck?

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2015-07-15 20:59:29
2015-07-15 20:59:29

Jack your truck up, take your tires off, and look at the brakes, you can usually see them. if not you need to take the piston housing off that pushes the brake pads against the rotor. another clue that your brake pads are worn is your brake fluid. if its low it usually means your pads are worn (the more you have to push on the brakes to get the pads to push on the rotor the more fluid is used)

Jack your truck up, take your tires off, and look at the brakes, you can usually see them. if not you need to take the piston housing off that pushes the brake pads against the rotor. another clue that your brake pads are worn is your brake fluid. if its low it usually means your pads are worn (the more you have to push on the brakes to get the pads to push on the rotor the more fluid is used)

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