How do you remove the rear drum brakes on a 1998 ford escort
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the rear brakes are DISC
Either your brakes are sticking or they are adjusted to much.
The sensor on a 1998 Ford F150 4x2 is on the rear differential. The 1998 was rear wheel ABS only so don't bother looking for any front sensors.
There are numerous reasons why the ABS light will come on in the Ford F150. The brakes could be bad or the wheel assemblies in the front or rear could also be bad.
I believe its called a rear leaf shackle.
Bleeder screw for clutch is at the slave cylinder, on the bell housing of the Transmission. The bleeder for the brakes is on the calipers, and on the backing plate of the rear drum brakes
Mine is 3:55
You have drum brakes on the rear.
On a Ford Explorer : There are disc brakes on the front and ( starting with the 1995 model year ) there are disc brakes on the rear also ( instead of drum brakes on the rear )
I have to believe that it would be a bad wheel cylinder that controls the back brakes.
disc brakes - front and rear
1998 GM Saturn (all models) have rear brake shoes
drum brakes on rear of 1996 ford not disk
On a Ford Explorer : 1991 to 1994 model years have ( drum brakes on the rear ) 1995 and newer models have ( disc brakes on the rear )
That year has discs front and rear.That year has discs front and rear.
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It has brake shoes inside the rear rotors for the emergency brakes. brake lining my have come off the shoe or the spring may have broke
NO. I had a 96 and it had drum brakes. I believe the rear disk brakes started in 1998 for the Blazers.
check your emergency brakes or the rear brakes are adjusted to tight. take apart and readjust
Camry 98 has drum based rear brakes.
Check related link below. for pictures and video. If you have disk brakes in the rear. they are install the same way the fronts are install... but if you have drums, please ask question again and relate that info to us so we then answer your question in a suitable manner.