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brakes on 2005 ford escape

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Question From damon on brakes on 2005 ford escape

does anyone know where i can get a diagram of the rear brakes on a 2005 ford escape xlt need to find out if the disc brakes are a compression or a screw in

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Fenco Reman / Brake Caliper - Rear
Warranty - LLT C741 Price: $113.99 Core: $72.50 Total: $186.49

Damn - couldn't dig up a pic but by the price this suggests the back calipers are the screw in piston (see if it's notched) and have the parking cable to the caliper itself. If the park cable does go to the caliper they (generally) won't just push back into bore but rather turn back to retract,

T

Response From Double J

Here's a picture...



Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Excellent JIM. I wonder why the heck the one I looked up was so dang expensive! "damon" if it's like that the piston should just push back with bleeder open,

T

Response From way2old

Hey Tom. We creatred a monster when Jim learned to post opictures. Good job Jim.

Response From Double J

I'd say thank you I had good teachers but then I be accused of "sucking up " again...lol....

2005 Ford e350 Emergency Brake light on

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Question From ericwalker on 2005 Ford e350 Emergency Brake light on

My 2005 Ford e350 emergency brake light started to light up on the dash intermittently now it is always on. Wondering if this is just a short in the wiring or if it indicates something else?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Check your brake fluid level.

Response From ericwalker

Thanks, that seemed to work..

Response From Discretesignals

Is there are reason the fluid is low?

Response From ericwalker

No, no reason, though I am keeping my eye on level to see if it goes down again, or to see if I have a drip showing under where it is parked.

Response From Hammer Time

No, no reason,

Of course there is a reason. You just haven't determined it yet whether it be a leak somewhere or just worn front brakes.

Response From ericwalker

Thanks for heads up, though I replaced the front breaks - pads and rotors about 3 months ago...I will check leaks in the master cylinder and other hoses.

Response From Hammer Time

The fluid had to go somewhere so either it leaked somewhere or it transferred down into the caliper as the pads wore. Make sure you check the rear wheel cylinders behind the dust cups.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Gotta find this leak - too important. Seems wear to fronts isn't it but it was low? Left low perhaps by mistake?

Again, if you can get a drop from anywhere on your finger it will rinse off with plain water - that's brake fluid. Hidden can be inside dust boots of calipers, wheel cylinder dust boots for a while and should be dry of fluid as HT said. Master can leak down where mounted and on the rare side find a why to leak hidden to inside a booster. If that is the only possible chance of a hidden leak I think I'd loosen (not undo) the master and see if fluid then came out right there.

My experience is that a brake fluid leak will not just stay slow for long and result in a sudden total loss. This must be found,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just know that brake fluid will wash away if driven in rain or washed vs an oil. Common places if leaking at all are at master cylinders, calipers or wheel cylinders and places where rust is an issue the line give out. No leaking is allowed and can if real blow out to near zero braking all at once! Pay attention. Low brake fluid can be indicative of very worn disc brake pads and or rotors,

T

2002 Ford Taurus Rear Brake problem

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Question From robnaj on 2002 Ford Taurus Rear Brake problem

2002 Ford Taurus/3.5L/94,000 Miles

I was changing my brakes and the front went fine but upon breaking down the rear drum, I noticed that there was a ton of liquid inside of the brake area. It looked to be either oil or brake fluid but when depressing the brake nothing leaked out. I want to figure out why this is before putting it back together and having the same problem over again. Thanks, Rob.

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

More than likely it is brake fluid coming out of the wheel cylinder. These are common failure points on the Taurus brake system. They are not too expensive and not really hard to change.

97 ford tarus brake problem

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Question From danz409 on 97 ford tarus brake problem

year 97
car Ford
make Taurus
Engine V6, 3L Vulcan
Ok. doing some routine checkups on my car to get things in order. i recently installed a new rotor/caloper/breaks on the rear driver side
and decided to check that out. pop the tire off and crawl under it to see what else could be cuseing breaks to rub intermentily. and i find some sort of device that looks like some sort of safty swich. had my grandpa look at he. he knows more about cars then me, and he was stumped on what it was. i did a MS paint of it. so if anybody knows what this dobob is please let me know.

Response From way2old

That is a device that senses when the rear of the vehicle is going up in the air and adjusts the braking to keep the rear wheels from locking up. Just make sure it moves freely when the car is jacked up and the wheel stays lowered.

Response From danz409

oh thank god ^^; jacked it up and it was loose so its suppose to be loose.. thank god for that. i thought it was another thing to add among the already large list of problems with my car. do you know what that thing is called? also a link between a bar going to both wheels and suspension broke soo. that is in need of repare. hope those arn't too costly

Response From way2old

On the part that is broken, does mit go from a curved bar to the lower control arm area? If yes, that is the rear stabilizer link. They cost approximately 20 dollars from aftermarket parts house. These are a common failure point on these cars. Not positive on the nomanclature of the other part. We just call it a ride hight sensor.

Response From danz409

yup thats exactly where it is. would that cause interment net break rubbing?

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Should not cause any brake rubbing, but it can cause a rattle or a thumping noise.

Response From danz409

welp. that sucks. looks like i have 2 repairs on my hand. fixing that and still trying to find what causes them to rub. i thank it may be the rubber line from that box to the caliper, it was horrible early winter and lost a break shoe entirety and the other got jammed sideways and f**ked up my caloper and rotor. costly repare id like to avode happening agan

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Check for rust between rotor and hub. Scrape it off and grease as needed but don't allow grease on friction areas.

Flex hoses can intermittently cause hydraulic locks, overheats and pad failure. Good pads shouldn't fall apart as mentioned. They make better ones.

Favs are "Centric" some Bendix and there are other high end parts by brand also,

T

Response From danz409

no rust on new rotor, caliper, and brakes. still looks like it did the day i put it on

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Danz - if you didn't assertively clean the hub to rotor it's high on the list. It may be rustyer here but it will mess us a brakejob almost anywhere,

T

2005 Ford Freestyle No turn signals or brake lights

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Question From drunkandbroke on 2005 Ford Freestyle No turn signals or brake lights

I have a 2005 Ford Freestyle. The turn signals make a fast noise, like a short; but do not blink. The brake lights and hazard lights are out, too. I replaced the tail/brake/turn signal lamp and this didn't help. Any suggestions? Thanks

Response From way2old

What do the hazard lights do? If it is in the steering column, work the flasher button a few times. Let us know. A lot of times the turn signal switch will cause these problems.

Response From drunkandbroke Top Rated Answer

The hazard lights display on the instrument panel and are audible, but no display in the back

Response From way2old

If you have replaced the bulbs, all that is left is the turn signal switch or what they call a smart junction box low current board. All the lighting runs through this junction box.