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1996 ford explorer; how to change roters and brakes

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The easiest thing to do is to buy a haynes auto manual for your truck at a local auto parts store. $17. it will give you step by step instructions. way to many to put on here.

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My ford explorer 1996 gauge would drop below 500rpm when i step on the break to stop and engine vibrate, rpm will return back to 800 once I shift to neutral. Please advise what's wrong.


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