All you need is a screwdriver and a hammer.You just knock out the two pins on the caliper,change the pads and tap the pins back in.
the same way you would on any car
The tools you would need to replace front brake pads are, a wrenche (size varies depending on vehicle type), a clamp tool, and brake pads.
Only take apart one wheel at a time so that you will have the other wheel to use for comparison. A few basic inexpensive brake tools would be helpful. Ask your local auto parts store to help you with the tools needed.
Brake bleeding is performed to insure you do not have bubbles in your brake line. If you had bubbles, it would cause your breaks to not work right. You can bleed your breaks if you have a friend help you, the procedure is pretty straight forward. The brake bleeder tools help you accomplish the task easier.
I would say as long as you have the right tools and then know how to bleed the lines after you should be fine
Technically, there would just be a different result.
it would be the brake light switch about 20 dollars at autozone
1/2 socket and wrench and rubber mallet
You will need a wrench as well as an oil pan to catch the excess drainage.
Well the first thing that you would want to do is to check your vehicles brake fluid. Typically, if the brake fluid is low then your brake pads probably need to be changed.
For the purpose of making a repair, a tubing cutter would be the tool you want. Just be sure to use the proper methods of repairing brake lines such as using a double flare or bubble end depending on the vehicle. There are tools to do that job also.
The 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine in my 1995 Ford EXPLORER holds : With engine oil filter change : ( 4.7 litres / 5.0 U.S. quarts of 5W-30 engine oil ) I assume your Aerostar would be the same
change the fuse if not replace flasher
A 1993 Ford Aerostar would have come from the factory with ( 5W-30 )
You would have to change the brake pads in your vehicle every 15,000 miles or sooner. It depends on how much you drive your vehicle. The more your drive, the earlier you have to replace the brakes.
That would be 21 gallons.
You would need a car jack & the brake pads. You would also need a couple more things such as a car tools & some brake pad oil. Its a very messy job but well worth the safety.
The same way you would change them on any other vehicle
The best way to chance your own brake pads would be to make sure you know that the problem is really the brake and then go to AutoZone and buy a new brake and follow the instructions in the manual
Aerostars are pretty easy except the 4 wheel model. I would suggest going and spending 12.00 to 15.00 on a cheap manuel. there are quit afew steps to take. this will help you understand all that is needed. As for tools a metric wrench and socket set should due. Im not sure but, you my need a quick disconnect tool for the trans cooler lines
Well, you change them when it needs it.. most decent brakes have a mechinisim on them that will start to gradually squeel when the brakes get low, however some dont have that. So I would suggest that you get someone to take the front tire off and visually check the width of the brake pads.. if they are low then i would advise to change them.. also, it doesnt really matter the brand, but i would recommend a ceramic brake.. low brake dust etc...
a 3.0 lt will fit you just have to change the bell houseing
these rotors are slide on, so the are rusted around hub, you could beat them loose with a hammer or if can use air tools an air chissel with hammer end would do the trick
Try moving the steering wheel at same time If moving the steering wheel does not work, it is likely a problem with the Brake/Shift Interlock switch located at the brake pedal lever. It maybe that a wire is broken or, the switch is bad. I had this problem with a 1997. The brake light fuse was blown because of a trailer. With the brake fuse blown, it would not come out of Park.
As velocity is a vector, the three ways would be to: Brake; Accelerate; or Change direction.