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
It mainly depends on the year it was made. I personally have a 1994 f150 and I had to take the hub out, which consists of a few Alan head screws then you remove the hub asseembly and then it requires a specialty socket to take out 2 more bolts in the hub. Then you take off 5 or 6 bolts that holds the rotor on itself.
Remove the calipers, then the caliper frame, rotor is now free.
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.
35 front 41 rear
it would be best to replace all
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Removing Front & Rear Rotors Well Guys... I remove my Front & Rear Rotors out of my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT. I rented a 3 Jaw Puller from Auto Zone and a bottle of PB Blaster and a sledge hammer it only took about one hour or less to take both off... The way I removed the Front & Rear Rotors was ... 1. I put lots of PB Blaster in the back and the front of the rotors to be removed. 2. I put plenty of tension with the 3 Jaw Puller... 3. I hit the back of the rotor with the sledge hammer... And it came right off... Hope this helps someone out there...
The min thickness should be stamped on the backside of the rotor, pull and examine.
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
How to Install Front Brake PadsCheck related link below..._______________________Removing Front & Rear RotorsI remove my Front & Rear Rotors out of my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT.I rented a 3 Jaw Puller from Auto Zone and a bottle of PB Blaster and a sledge hammer it only took about one hour or less to take both off...The way I removed the Front & Rear Rotors was ...1. I put lots of PB Blaster in the back and the front of the rotors to be removed.2. I put plenty of tension with the 3 Jaw Puller...3. I hit the back of the rotor with the sledge hammer while rotating rotor...And it came right off...Hope this helps...
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I got a 36mm deep socket at pepboys. I know my truck isn't metric but that did the job for me just fine.
The answer is too involved to answer here. Buy a repair manual ($12) at most auto parts stores. There you will find detailed instructions.
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F150 u mean I`m sorry, yes F150
front or rear? the front is slightly higher and rear of the drain... the back has a cover you remove to drain the fluid and a fill on the front of the diff..
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter Change fluid, filter, and gasket
With fuel line quick release tools available from your local auto parts store.
use a spanner of size 12 and undo all the bolts around it then the bolt on the inside the pull them out very slowly and carefully hope this helps
A cutting torch in the hands of an experienced mechanic could do it.
You have to remove the tire then remove the brake caliper and bracket then you will remove center greese cap and remove the carter pin and remove the will nut lock nut and washer jar the rotar to remove the outer bearing it might be tight due to a greese seal. Once the bearing is removed slide the rotar off.