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Brake pad repacement

Is there a site that gives you directions & pictures on how to replace brake pads on a 91 ford thunderbird?

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1994 ford thunderbird my rear brake cylinder piston keeps popping out and i can't figure out why it happened twise now


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The car squeaks horrible when i brake. worse after a good rain


i would inspect your brake pads and rotor. if the pads dug into the rotor, then it would be cheaper to buy a new rotor for around 28 dollars at advance or autozone.
if the pads are good, then i would jack up the car, shake the tire up,down then left,right to see if it is a bearing. while you got the tire in the air after its jacked up...spin it by hand; if no sound then its somewhere in the brakes or brake caliper.

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What parts do I need to do a complete brake job on a 1998 Ford Thunderbird...front and back


1. Machine or replace rotors and/or Drums
2. New Disc Pads and /or Brake Shoes & springs for brake shoes
3. New or recond Brake Booster
4. New or recond Master Cylinder
5. New or recond Disc brake calipers and/or wheel Cylinders
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Install brake pads on the rear of a 2002 Ford Thunderbird


remove wheel
remove pads, they just clips on to the caliper and will pop right off with a screwdriver.
There are 2 different kinds of calipers that ford uses. on oine you will be able to take a c-clamp and force the piston back into the caliper. ON the other type you have to have a $10 tool from oriellys. This tool will hook to the backside of the caliper and turn the piston back in. ONce the piston is backed off, clip on new pads, and slide over rotor. Should be 1 pad on each side of the rotor.

there is no need to bleed the brakes unless you loosen lines which you shouldnt have to do.

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Brake pad replacement 1996 ford thunderbird front and rear disc


1. Raise and support the vehicle
2. Remove the desired wheel
3. Loosen/remove the two caliper retaining bolts.
4. Remove the caliper from the wheel
5. Using a C-clamp, depress the caliper piston until it's completely recessed.
6. Remove the old brake pads
7. Install the new brake bads on the caliper
8. Reinstall caliper on the disc
9. Reinstall/tighten the calpier bolts
10. Put the wheel back on
11. Lower the vehicle.

*** When you are getting set let the car roll a few revolutions of the wheel to keep the pads off the disc. It will make it easier to get the caliper off.

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Hi, ive worked with bikes mainly and have replaced drum and disc brakes on them. I am working with a ford bronco 2 1988 and would like to know how to replace the brakes on it. I know the front are disc and...


Not much difference replacing the lines and fluids between disk and drum brakes. Huge difference when replaceing the pads. Never force the drum over the pads with a hammer etc. Make sure to take a picture of the assembly before taking it apart when not firmiliar with something. Adjust the brake tension through the site hole once the drum is over the pads.

When doing the disk brakes, make sure that you do not push in the caliper piston at it's edge. Use a C clamp placed dead center on the piston if required. Don't push it in any more than needed.

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