Question about Ford Escape
Pump brakes a dozen times to deplete abs system pressure, before starting, remove fluid from reservoir with a squeeze bulb. remove pads. push pistons back slowly with special tool as required for your car available at parts store ( some can be pushed back using old pad and c clamp) some require small tool to fit in groves in pad (mostly rears) and use of a ratchet . install new pads , add fluid and push pedal slowly down a couple of times till u feel pressure , thats it , check fluid , done, and of course while your there inspect wheel or hub bearings, brake hoses, rotors etc... i replace hoses and rotors on 2cd time around on my cars , have fun , be safe ,use stands,safety glasses , dust mask and gloves.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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