For reference only: Front: Jack up the truck from the one side ( Same as the one you are going to work with) Chuck the other 3 wheels Remove the Center Hub Cup Covers ( If you have Aluminum Wheels) Remove the 5 lugnuts from vehicle Place tire under the truck ( Somewhere in the middle) Look at the Break Calipers ( That is where the brake pads are on) Remove Two bolts ( #10mm) from the back of the caliper and remove the calipers Place a wire hunger on the caliper and find a place to hung it from the frame BE CAREFUL not to pull the hose or kink it Pull out the rotor by hand ( Should be very easy or maybe need to use the 3# alignment tool ( Dead Blow Hammer from the back of the rotor) Thats all for the removal Repeat the same for the other side Before you install the caliper bolts back on the vehicle recommend to put a bit of Anti-Seize on the bolts Installation Reverse the above order and have a safe ride MAKE SURE YOU HAVE EVERYTHING NICE AND TIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Eddie Bauer is one trim level above the XLT Explorer
Yes , there was a 1997 Ford Explorer with the Eddie Bauer trim - did you have a question ?
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Sure, why not..? Unless it's an Eddie Bauer Chevrolet...
no you have to replace the bumper
The Eddie Bauer is a higher trim level - it has standard equipment that may be offered as an option on the XLT
The Limited is a " higher " trim level than the XLT ( XLT , Eddie Bauer , Limited )
The maximum towing capacity of the 1993 Eddie Bauer Edition Ford Explorer is 5,200 pounds. This is for a 4.0 Liter V6 engine.
The Eddie Bauer trim level is one higher than the XLT . It has standard features that may be available as an option on the XLT
The thermostat on a 2004 Eddie Bauer Edition Explorer 4.6L V8 is located in the top heater hose. It is in the end that is attached to the water pump.
It will run fine on 87 Regular. My 2000 Eddie Bauer runs on 87 unleaded regular.
A4LD automatic transmission
may be 6x8
Model 4R55E automatic transmission