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How do you change the front disc pads on a 2003 Eddie Bauer Expedition 4 wheel drive?

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2008-02-22 04:49:40
2008-02-22 04:49:40

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.

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