You would need a brake lathe and a micrometer. Use the micrometer to measure the thickness and then if there up to spec, use a brake lathe. Or simply just take them to your local parts dealer or mechanic (costs around $15.00) +
I always get a second opinion on the "micrometer" interpretation by the shop- most want to sell a rotor and err on the side of loss of thickness. NAPA turns them for $5.00. Depending on your locale I am guessing you use different terminology... yet "turning" rotors is generally the term in the south. 2Dynamic
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Is the 1997 F150 Transmission is the same as the 1999 Expedition
Remove the calipers, then the caliper frame, rotor is now free.
No, 97-03 F150's have a 5x135 lug pattern.
To remove the fan shroud from the 1999 Ford F150 you need a user manual to guide you.
The speed sensor is mounted in the top of the rear differential on a 1999 F150. Remove the wires, then unbolt the sensor to remove it.
Removing the spare tire from a 1999 Ford F150 is simple. All you have to do is get under the truck and unbolt the spare tire.
it would be best to replace all
i seriously doubt it. there have been several engine modifications to the the Triton v8s since 1999.
hit them as hard as you can with a hammer they rust on and unless you wanna cut them off with a torch use a sledge
The min thickness should be stamped on the backside of the rotor, pull and examine.
Screwed in the heads.
To reset the anti-theft on a Ford F150 1999, put the key in the ignition. Turn the key halfway and leave it in that position before starting the car.
The 1999 F150 4.2 does not have a temperature sensor. It uses a cylinder head temperature sensor instead. It is mounted at the rear of the engine on the head.
forward of the firewall
to remove the front rotors u must first remove the caliper and caliper frame then remove the nut in the center of rotor rotor should fall off then hope this helps fordtech
I had to drill a hole on the side of the old rotors. make sure the hole is out towards the front edge of the rotor. You want to have a hole that shows the line where the rotor and axle meet. Then I took a hammer and a pointed punch and they came off.