Question about 2002 Ford Escape
For tools you'll need a set of metric sockets and wrenchs pry bar or large screw driver a small to med. hammer, and since you,ll most likly install new pads a C clamp to compress the
caliper piston. Next, chalk the wheels and jack up the side you want to do first and put a stand under it. Once the wheel is off you will see a spring clip across the front of the caliper, remove
the clip, be careful not to bend it. Next remove the 2 caliper mounting bolts(the smaller 2 of the 4) and remove the caliper you may need to use the pry bar to work it back+forth until it's
free. Next, remove the pads and place 1 pad over the caliper piston then use the C clamp(screw end to the pad)to compress
the piston be sure the clamp won't touch the brake hose or fitting. Next remove the 2 bolts holding the caliper mounting bracket and remove. Check the base of the wheel studs for small round clips, if you see any remove them or break them off.
And remove the roter. Reverse the procedure to install the new roter. Repeat the procedure for the other side. Hope this is what you needed to know. Good luck.
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