The front pads are similar to anyother disk brake system. Set the brake, jack up the front end. Remove the wheels. Now look for the two bolts on the back side of the brake caliper. 17mm I think. remove the top then the bottom. Have a bucket or crate to set the caliper on so you don't stretch the brake hose. Use a Screwdriver to remove the old brake pads, remove the outboard pad first, then (I like) usind a large "C" clamp depress slowly the pistion to make room for the new pads. Remove the inboard pad. Look carefully at the little metal pad keepers. There will be new ones in the brake kit. Reverse assembly and bleed the brakes.
rear wheel drive ( and if equipped 4x4 capable )
In most cases drive with overdrive especially if maintaining over 45 mph. Take out of overdrive if on slippery pavement
As far as I know , you inflate the tire(s) to the correct pressure and then drive the vehicle
how much for a new transmission?
The maximum height to the top of the roof rack is : 77.6 inches ( 2 wheel drive ) 80.4 inches ( 4 wheel drive ) According to the Owner Guide
30 U.S. gallons with the rear air suspension ( 26 U.S. gallons for 2 wheel drive / standard suspension )
2 wheel drive without air suspension--26 gallons 2 wheel drive with air suspension--30 gallons 4 wheel drive-- 30 gallons
2 wheel drive with standard suspension ( 26 U.S. gallons ) 2 wheel drive and 4 X 4 with rear air suspension ( 30 U.S. gallons )
Its either in need of transmission fluid a fluid change or the bands are strechted
rear wheel drive or 4x4 capable
No. You should not drive in overdrive all the time.
my mom, why?
about 432 miles depending on how you drive.
Depends on how you drive it and what kind of shape it's in. My '97 5.4 with 208,000 miles averages around 12-14. I've gotten 17 on a 600 mile trip at 70 mph.
Check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of the engine compartment ( it will show the type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
I believe that's 1995 and 1996 automatic transmissions
Eddie Bauer is just a trim level - one step above the XLT trim level The AWD ( all wheel drive ) system is used with a V8 engine only Wrong I have a 1997 model and it has a 4.0 ohc it is also awd
Check owner's manual. If you don't have one copy and paste link below; www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals
I was looking at the 1998 Ford Expedition Owner Guide : It shows the ( 4R70W ) which would have been used with the 4.6 liter V8 and the ( E4OD ) which would have been used with the 5.4 liter V8 engine ( of course there would be differences in the tail pieces of the transmissions depending on if it is 4X4 or two wheel drive , so I have only answered some of your question )
The selector rotary knob is in the center stack of the dash , just to the left of the radio for the 4X4 Control Trac system
2 wheel drive with standard suspension ( 26 U.S. gallons ) 2 wheel drive and 4X4 with air suspension ( 30 U.S. gallons )
The 2004 Ford Expedition has rear wheel drive.
The 2001 Ford Expedition has rear wheel drive.
The 2012 Ford Expedition has rear wheel drive.