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2004 expedition rear lights are on but brake lights do not light up when I press brake.The light above back hatch does not turn on either.

My running lights work but when I press the brake It does not light up. both left and right rear lights and light above back hatch.

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SOURCE: Ford Expedition rear brake brake replacement

The rear pads are usualy harder than the front and the harder the pads the more wear there is on the rotors Unless the rotors were worn to the point of replacement they could have had them skimmed.Being soft doesnt make much sense.Have an 03 ba falcon and only replaced our rotors after doing 125000ks The expidition is a similar beast that used the same brake system.Get the rotors skimmed and go to a slightly softer pad to extend rotor life

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SOURCE: How do I remove rear brake rotors on a 2004 Ford

Remove the brake caliper bolts{2} and caliper.
soak the rotor around the hub with penetrant oil and knock off with large hammer, careful not to hit the wheel studs. These rotors corrode and rust on really bad. If you can loosen the self adjuster behind the backing plate for the parking brake shoes, this will help as they hang up on them too.

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SOURCE: Brake light, Turn signal not working rear right 06' Focus

I have a 2000 ford focus no brake lights. with the brake lights the transmission would not go into drive .replaced the brake light switch checked fuse replaced turn signal switch with no results then i moved onto the wiper switch and replaced it as much to my supp rise it fixed the problems

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SOURCE: 2004 expedition, when brakes applied steering wheel vibrates

check the idler arm on the steering drag link

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SOURCE: NOISE IN LEFT FRONT WHEEL BEARING WHEN YOU TURN

its a sign that its going must replace soon i would not wait more then a week if only driving around town.

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