Question about Mercury Mariner
Rear disc & pad work is no different than any
on the front of vehicle
The only difference is you need a small tool
that is about $9.00 to turn the parking brake
adjuster in while pushing in the caliper piston
On the front you use one old pad & a large
On the rear only push by hand as you turn the piston
clockwise. Two functions in one
Open the bleeder valve helps
I do hope but don't expect that you know that brake
fluid gets flushed every 2 years on all vehicles
I will add Power Steering & Transmission Fluids
every 3 years & not more than 30,000 miles EVER
If you don't you will have expensive ABS problems,
the steering rack will fail, as will your trans
No one on this site but me provides an education
The pros may not appreciate my comments but
the auto repair industry has zero chance in my
opinion, of ever dealing effectively with the motoring
Posted on May 27, 2011
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