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What kind of rear brakes are in a 1995 mercury sable disc or drum?

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2008-06-02 20:14:47
2008-06-02 20:14:47

The rear brakes should be drums. If you're the original owner and sprung for 4 wheel ABS, they could be discs, but a quick look behind the wheel should help. If you see a shiny surface and a caliper on one side, they're discs. If you don't, they're drums. You should be able to locate parts for them fairly easily. Keep in mind that the Taurus and Sable are the same chassis.

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