2004 Ford Explorer Q&A
2004 Ford Explorer Question: parking brake
The vehicle needs to be properly supported and the rear wheels removed. Remove the parking brake from engagement. The rear brake calipers need to be removed (like you were replacing the brake pads), the two caliper mounting brackets are removed, the brake disc is removed. The brake shoes for the emergency brake sit inside the brake rotor which looks like a top hat. - patrick mannion
no rattling while driving normal speeds. rattling greatly reduced when i shift into neutral while stopped at traffic light. i have been driving with the rattling for months. just recently started h...
parking brake release will not release brake
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When I try to engage the parking break. The lever that throws the shoe forward, it is sliding down the shoe instead of forward. So the shoe is not giving full pressure on the drum part of the rot...