senatorjoker: This video is really good. I just changed front pads and rotor on my 2003 Ford Explorer. Pretty much the same except Caliper bolt needs 14mm wrench and bracket needs 18mm wrench. I also discovered when one of the bracket bolts wouldn't break loose that the Lug wrench is the same size and worked great to loosen the bolt. Also be sure to remove the cap on the brake fluid reservoir before attempting to push the pistons back in.
Cormac Norton: I don't usually leave comments but you guys have helped me so many times when I need to do work on my truck. Keep up the great work it is really appreciated!
Kevin H: This is a terrific video and it helped me out allot, thanks :-)
crisstepher staffan: Great video! Thanks a lot! Did everything exactly how you said and not a problem whatsoever. Had no idea how to do it at first but you saved me a lot of money.
Chris Bream: do you have to bleed the brakes when changing pads?
justin dickey: thanks for the help...went pretty easy after watching your video
Scott Kenneth: Thanks man!!!
Antonio Girley: Man This was on Point !! Thank You Sir ! Can I Just Use a Regular Socket wrench Cause i Don have a Torque Wrench ??
Michael Moore: Thanks for the help man :)
David Bruce: This guy is the coolest dude on the web! I absolutely love his videos, and I hope he's making a good living with his auto parts biz. Truly a good guy...
Galen Linder: Was Ford using metric bolts in 1998?
Eddy Dean: Thanks for putting this video together and showing just how to do a brake job and rotor replacement, I do videos of my different singing gigs and I KNOW just how MUCH work goes in to editing these videos!! Also, LOVE that Red 1966 Pontiac GTO in the background, ONE of the Best Muscle Cars to come out of Detroit!! MY dad ordered from the factory a 1964 GTO in Nocturne Blue...It was BEAUTIFUL!!
1A Auto Parts: We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows you how to replace the calipers. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Anthony Barreto-Neto: Do you have video here or your web page for replacing Calipers as well as rotors/pads for 98 Explorer? Must be AWD, cuz I don't have to turn anything on wheel and works in snow! Thanks a lot.
1A Auto Parts: You should be able to apply some of the basics steps that are shown in the video to the rear.1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Saulo Sanchez: the rear side is the similar process ? I love the video.
Matthew Daytona: Big big help thank you guys so much.
1A Auto Parts: It should be a very similar process. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Monstore4: Would it be the same for a 04 explorer 4x4
1A Auto Parts: They should compress in as shown in this video. We carry some great brake rotor and pad kits on our website for all kinds of vehicles. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393