This is a common problem with disk brakes. Give it some mileage and 9 times out of ten it goes away. If not you could trying lubing the rear of the pads and the slide pins so make sure that they are releasing easier. This usually takes care of it. There is a grease that is used for just this thing available at any auto store. Good luck.
Warped brake rotors........
this model has both shoes and rotor disks on the rear brakes. 2002 ford van e350 xlt is my model and I was surprised today when I did my brakes.
Take you car in to a mechanic and have the brakes checked.
How hard and how do you replace the rear disc brakes on a 2003 Ford explorer? I have replaced a lot of brakes from 60s and 70s to the newest replacements of 91 Ford explorers and 91 Ford f-250s front rotors.
On a 2008 Ford Explorer : ( disc brakes , front and rear ) Also , on the inside of the rear rotors is a small set of parking brake shoes
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
The Ford Escape went into production in 2000. So there is no 94 Escape
I just paid $500.00 to replace all brake pads and the front rotors
It depends if it has rotors it has pads, if it has drums it has shoes. Hope this helps.
probably brake rotors and pads.
Either your really hard on brakes, brakes need adjustment or your calipers are faulty.
No , disk brakes front and rear ( the back disk brake rotors have small parking brake shoes inside of a drum portion )
have you checked your brake fluid??
Ford Tempo was created in 1984.
What are the brake rotors minimum thickness on a 1997 Buick Century? Thanking you in advance.
check the rotors they could be warped
most likely warped rotors,have em turned or replaced
Disc brakes , front and rear ( there are also a small set of brake shoes in the backside of the rear rotors that are used for the parking / emergency brake )
This link has photos and steps to replace brake pads and rotors. http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=122696
Remove the caliper and the rotor just comes off. Might have to us a hammer and bang it a few times.
How do you remove the rotors on a 1992 ford aerostar?"
If one side of the brakes is locking then check the caliper. If both sides are locking up then there could be a master cylinder problem. The brakes could also lock up to compensate for the rear brakes not working properly.
The most common cause of this problem is warped brake rotors. Get it replaced soon. Whenever you replace rotors, you should replace the pads. The old pads will have conformed to the shape of the rotors, so braking efficiency and life will be down if you use them with the new rotors.
my 89 ford tempo goes 85