Question about 1993 Ford Taurus
Here is a 96 taurus
Item Part Number Description 1 2C296 Anti-Lock Brake Tube 2 2C219 Anti-Lock Brake Module 3 2005 Power Brake Booster 4 2263 Front Brake Tube 5 2B091 Brake Pressure Control Valve 6 2140 Brake Master Cylinder 7 2B547 Brake Load Sensor Proportioning Valve 8 N802191-S60 Bolt 9 2L568 RH Rear Brake Tube 10 2L569 LH Rear Brake Tube 11 2C287 Brake Fluid Distributor Tube 12 N808531-S301 Bolt 13 — Front Side Member 14 N802324-S56 Bolt 15 18124 Front Shock Absorber 16 2B121 Front Disc Brake Caliper 17 2078 Front Brake Hose 18 2264 Front Brake Tube 19 2553 Rear Disc Brake Caliper 20 2A442 Rear Wheel Brake Hose 21 N808728-S60 Bolt 22 — Side Rail 23 N802324-S60 Bolt
Brake Load Sensor Proportioning Valve
Item Part Number Description 1 2B547 Brake Load Sensor Proportioning Valve 2 — Body 3 N802191-S56 Bolt (2 Req'd) 4 2L568 Brake Tube Assy 5 2L569 Brake Tube Assy 6 2265 Brake Tube Assy 7 2B255 Brake Tube Assy 8 5500 Rear Suspension Arm and Bushing 9 W611634-S301 Bolt A — Tighten to 11.4-15.6 Nm
(8-12 Lb-Ft) B — Tighten to 10-14 Nm (7-10 Lb-Ft)
Brai need a diagram of the entire breaking system on - ffe78ea.gifar —Drum
Item Part Number Description 1 — Rear Side Rail 2 2L569 Rear Brake Tube 3 N602324-S60 Screw 4 N611193-S60 Screw 5 2C023 Left Hand Rear Hose and Connector 6 2210 Rear Drum Brake Backing Plate 7 18125 Rear Shock Absorber 8 2267 Rear Brake Tube A — Tighten to 16-20 Nm (12-15 Lb-Ft)
Posted on May 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front wheel lugs are breaking
what kind of lug nuts are you using? If it is the stock rims, you need to use the stock lugs, or a similar lug that has a rounded seat to properly tighten to the lug when you torque the nut. If you are using aftermarket lugs, you may need to buy proper lugs to fit the wheel you are using. I have broken lugs using improper nuts on them. Multiple in fact, some I didnt even know about until I was told.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
The front brake tube rotting off would cause you to have no pressure and letting the pedal hit the floor. The smoke from your rear tire is an indication that the rear brakes are not working properly, only one wheel is braking and it is overheating.
You can replace the front line yourself, but it has to have the air bled out after the new line is put on. Chances are pretty good that you need a whole lot more than just one line though. You'll be smart to replace both front lines.There is a good chance that the bleeder screws on the front calipers will break when you try to bleed them so be careful.
You would be wise to take it to a shop and have it checked over before you start to find out exactly what all you need to replace before you start.
This truck is DANGEROUS to be driving and should be fixed right away. If you are involved in an accident, your brakes will automaticly put you at fault and you could have some hefty bills because of that,so be careful. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: how to replace rear wheel stud?
Not as difficult as it seems...Drive stud through with a sledge, put new stud in, stack washers on threaded end (at least 3/4" and lube them) put the wheel lug (use a standard one turned around backwards, not the chrome one, or a nut of the correct thread style) Tighten it until the lug is seated properly in the flange. To do this, you need to remove the caliper and rotor if you have disc brakes in rear.On drum brakes, remove the drum and turn the axle to a spot where the lug won't hit anything on it's way out. Instructions for that can be found in either chiltons or haynes manuals (about $20).
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
You will need to loosen the adjusting clip. In the back of the brake plate where you would bleed the brakes and at the bottom of that plate is a hole that probably has a rubber plug in it. Pop that plug out and put it someplace you won't loose it.
Then take a screw driver, (they have a regular break adjusting tool for this) But a screw driver will work. There is a little toothed wheel onthe other side of the plate down at the bottom of the brakes in the middle.
You need to back that off a little until the shoe compress back in so the hub will fit back over them.
I am assuming these are shoe brakes and not disk brakes correct?? Once you get the shoes compressed and the drum on and the wheel all the way back together then drive the car in reverse and hit the brakes semi hard. They have an automatic brake adjust that in reverse will set them properly. Do that several times and you will be good to go. Now if these are disk brakes You may need to take off the other side to see if you replaced them correctly by looking at both sides and comparing the two. I see no other reason why the hub would give you problems otherwise. Wile you have that hub off if they are disk brakes you may want to add some grease to the berrings just for good measure. Let me know how we come out. Its hard for me to help without seeing the situation. If these are drum brakes you will need to bleed them after you get them back together. Let me know and If you don't know how to do this I will guide you through the process. The Raz
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
Most likely rellted to the rear wheel cylinder. You need to remove the tire, probably replace the brake shoes if they are wet with fluid, wipe down brake drum with carb or brake cleaner, install new wheel cylinder and put everything else back together. Wheel cylinder is available through most auto parts outlets. Probaby less than $15.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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