Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
The rotors are often rusted onto the wheel hubs and will stoutly refuse to come off. If they are rusted enough to be in this condition we always replace them with new. BE CERTAIN to thoroughly clean off all the rust and scale from the hub and around the wheel studs so your new rotors mount perfectly flat on the hub or you can end up with a brake shudder when you apply the brakes. I assume you are replacing both the brake pads and the rotors? If so make sure you assemble everything correctly, securely tighten all the hardware, don't put a twist in the brake hose, and give it a final test drive before you head out into traffic. Safety first!
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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