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.
Brakes come in two types: disc or drum.See "Related Questions" below for coverage of both types...
The front disc brakes for a 1995 Ford can be purchased at auto parts stores such as Pep Boys. The prices for the front disc brakes start at $120.00.
My 98 LS has 4 wheel disc brakes. I would not be surprised though if some have drum type brakes in the back - maybe dependent on which motor the vehicle has.
disc brakes , front and rear
Sorry no , the 1992 and 1995 both have front disc brakes but have different part numbers for brake pads , rotors The 1992 has rear drum brakes , the 1995 rear disc brakes
1996 mercury sable. If you haven't any experience with doing disc brake work I would recommend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle to help you do this job correctly and safely. Good safe brakes are a number one priority!
Yes - Provided that the self adjusters have not seized from rust. That is quite common with drum brakes. Some year Sables have rear disc brakes. Those self adjust also. The Taurus /Sable rear disc adjusters are just as bad at seizing from rust as the drum adjusters. -On occasion I've even had to remove them and fit a whole new adjuster.
front disc, rear drum.
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 )
1995 Mercury Cougar does not have front wheel brake shoes. It has disc brakes and therefore disc brake pads. Copy & paste this link into your browser. http://www.advanceautoparts.com/english/youcan/html/ccr/ccr20021101db.html
According to the 1999 Mercury Sable Owner Guide : The 6 disc CD changer is in the trunk ( or if it is a wagon , the passenger side storage compartment in the cargo area )
disc brakes on the rear since the 1995 model
Disc brakes do not require adjustment like drum brakes. They are self adjusting by design.
Disc brakes may have been an option but it would normally come stock with drum brakes.
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the rear brakes are DISC
Assuming you mean rear disc BRAKES, yes.
disk It has both.
Disc, front and rear.
Rear brakes come in 2 flavors: disc and drumSee "Related Questions" below for specifics on each typeDisc brakes in the front.Some Sables came with drum type rear brakes, while others had the upgraded disc brakes in the back.See "Related Questions" below for more
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I think the disc chamber is in the trunk. Centre hanging from the top at the edge.
THOSE ARE DISC BRAKES
Wagonners, pickups, and the Jeepster had disc brakes in 1972. The CJ did not get disc brakes until 1977.
Disc brakes stop a vehicle more efficiently than drum brakes.