Question about 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
There should be two (2) fairly large hex-head bolts on the back side of the hub assembly. Spray the bolts with some WD-40 (taking care not to get any on the other parts of the braking system. Use an extension handle (small piece of pipe) over the handle of your 3/8 inch rachet. This should provide you with enough leverage to break free the retaining bolts. Make doble sure the socket you use fits over the bolt head very snuggly, otherwise you could cause rounding of the bolt head and make the job twice as difficult. Alway try using a SAE socket, and then try a Metric socket to see which one fits better. Many US manufactured cars are using metric bolts in these applications. It's only a 2005, so they should break free with a bit more leverage than the short rachet handle. I personally use the pipe that comes as a handle on my small hydraulic jack, but any pipe will suffice.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hole with notches is likely a torks screw Looks like an allan key hole with extra splines? they make a bit that fits in there. It's on the flat surface where the wheel mounts right?
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
you need to remove the caliper mounting bracket assembly and then the rotors just slide off, go to link for pictures.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
Here's an exploded view, you'll need to pop off the grease cap #6 then remove the snap ring #8 to get the hub off to get the rotor off. Hope it is of some help...pictures always are.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
Raise vehicle and remove wheels. Disconnect brakeli
ne from caliper (if necessary). Remove caliper.
On models with free wheeling hub, set control handl
e to FREE position. On all models, remove hub
cover, bolt/washer and hub body. Use tapered punch
to open slits of conical washers. Remove axle shaft
snap ring (if equipped).
Straighten tabs of outer lock washer. Using Spindle
Socket (09607-60020), remove lock nut, lock washer
and adjusting nut. Remove thrust washer and outer b
earing. Remove axle hub and rotor. Remove grease se
and inner bearing. Press hub bolts out of axle hub.
Remove retaining bolts, and separate rotor from hu
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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