Question about Ford E-250
Place van in park and place chocks behind the rear wheels. Jack up the van and place two jack stands underneath the frame. Remove the front tires. Loosen the bolts holding the caliper assemblies and use a large flat screwdriver to pull the caliper 1/16 in. Remove the bolts holding the calipers and pads and set the assembly up out of the way. Do not put any strain on the brake lines. Take off the bearing caps. Remove the cotter pins and wheel bearing nuts. Pull the rotors off. Inspect and have them machined or replace them with new.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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