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How to Change Ford Brake Pads

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Brake Pad Replacement. This video shows you how to change the brake pads in a 95 Ford Windstar. This process will work for most fords, especially from the 90s. The basic brake change process is similar on most other cars. How to Replace Front and Rear Brake Pads and Rotors (complete guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU6OKQxSg8U How to Replace Brake Pads and Rotors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlbFFq60Tec Drum Brake Replacement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ_UXP6GWkw **If the video was helpful, remember to give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. New videos every Thursday** -Website: https://www.ChrisFixed.com -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisfix8 -Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisFixed -Instagram: https://instagram.com/chrisfixit -Subscribe Here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=paintballoo7 -YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/ChrisFix Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. ChrisFix assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. ChrisFix recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not ChrisFix.
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BKA1776 (11 дней назад)
Great Video ! Thanks, from Kansas City, Missouri !
Jamie Smith (22 дня назад)
Nice job thanks for info
The Wolverine (1 месяц назад)
Not all superhero’s wear a cape
LJS Legal Document Preparation (1 месяц назад)
Thank You I will be doing my brakes in the morning great video thanks again
k6lsn (2 месяца назад)
Thanks Chris! Knew it was pretty easy, too cool :) Wish I could tip you. Live broadcast and have superchat setup :) Peace, Wheelchair John in Idaho :)
BluedollyE Smith (3 месяца назад)
How can you tell if you need a new brake switch or change brake lights . Only the passenger side the brake lights comes on and off. Dim.
Zaid Chalabi (3 месяца назад)
Best video on youtube for changing brakepads Thanks man
Chris Rowe (4 месяца назад)
Bleed the lines?
rsngrl (4 месяца назад)
you’ve come a long way! i love your channel. thank you.
Anytown I (5 месяцев назад)
Chris fix do you leave the MC cap on or off? when changing pads?
paul cooper (5 месяцев назад)
Love your vids very well explained.
Ducati Guy (6 месяцев назад)
I think you may have forgotten to let the folks know that they have to open the brake reservoir before doin a brake job because when you compress the piston back in the brake fluid will rise and need to be turkey based out..
benson b (6 месяцев назад)
Hey Chris. Thats it? No need to bleed or top up the fluid?
Mike Lautman (7 месяцев назад)
Compressing the piston directly with the tool seems like a really bad idea. You should use the old brake pads as a buffer so you don't scratch up the piston. Other than that, great video!
Roanoke VA (7 месяцев назад)
Nice video Chris! Do you have a brand of brake pads you like to use?
Juan Miguel Javier (7 месяцев назад)
Hi ChrisFix I really love and learn from you. Please this video need to close caption. Thanks.
Marcus Carter (7 месяцев назад)
Did u have to bleed the brakes?
jackdanielmason1969 (7 месяцев назад)
Thanks heaps Chris, i'm in the middle of changing my pads but got confused, after watching your very well explained video i'll have no troubles, thanks again :)
David Stillman (8 месяцев назад)
Breshannon Devereaux (8 месяцев назад)
Thank you for sharing your knowledge, in a 'real' way. I didn't feel like you were 'talking down ' to me. Just simply instructions from a regular guy. Felt like a friend was helping me out. You have a great style, just being you. Many thanks for the video, keep 'em coming!
Raul Perero (8 месяцев назад)
Great job
L0RD SPARTAN (8 месяцев назад)
When you compress the caliper hydraulic piston make sure you use a brake pad so it will go in evenly instead of pressure at one side. Not necessary but if you got a test by an inspector they recommend you do that.
Derek Bradford (9 месяцев назад)
his is not the right way to push a piston in the right way to do this is to open the bleeder screw put the clamp in the center of the piston and push the piston in
gretschpainter (9 месяцев назад)
That was great! Very informative without any wasted info. Thank You
ChrisFix (9 месяцев назад)
+gretschpainter thanks but this is an old video. Check out my new brake pad and rotor replacement video for an even better and more informative video.
Marco Martinez (10 месяцев назад)
dont you have to bleed the brakes afterwards?
ChrisFix (10 месяцев назад)
Not if you are just changing the brake pads and rotors. the only time you need to bleed the brakes is when you remove a brake line which allows air in the system.
greatpower30 (10 месяцев назад)
Somehow those little metal things the pads sit in got all bent and started scraping. Do I need those or can I rip em out?
Luke Franklin (10 месяцев назад)
Thanks Cobba
Jeff (10 месяцев назад)
Amazingly impressive video instructions UNTIL you get to 7:40 where your use of the caliper tool is a completely wrong. NEVER put pressure on the edge of the caliper piston! You want that tool (or any other tool) CENTERED with the caliper piston .... try this: back off the threads of the tool with enough gap so you can temporarily put back one of the old pads across the caliper piston. (you'll soon be pressing the old brake pad, rather than directly on the piston) This provides smooth and even pressure across the caliper piston's full diameter. (you're together pressing both the pad/caliper back in place. I was already a subscriber of yours btw. You are a very talented producer with these videos, with very detailed information that others would simply overlook. The camera angles and lighting is superb. No one is perfect, so I hope my comments did not offend you. Thanks for your time and effort!
David Kilpatrick (10 месяцев назад)
Hey Chris do you use rock auto parts?
LordAnestis (11 месяцев назад)
Please get a BMW E46 and make videos about fixing the car!
israr ahmed (1 год назад)
i was change the brake pad 3 years ago and after 2 months pad finished then my mecanic change then it but same problems then i give to another mecanic same problems. finally i sold the car now i got a reason what was hapening
Santini Zapata (1 год назад)
you're a beast a Chris!
Rollie Wilson (1 год назад)
Ford dealer in Greenwood S C wanted $885.00 to do rear brake job. That's labor and replacing all parts. Wow.
MrPowerbox101 (1 год назад)
I hope you see this comment lol. I literally just went to channel to check for new videos already seen the fix winshield so i looked for a video to do brakes on my 94 mercury cougar xr7 has the 4.6 same as ur gt and im scrolling through videos and picked yours didn't realize untill i heard "hey guys Chrisfix here"
DadWhoLifts (1 год назад)
Your videos are a life saver. I can't even imagine how much money you have saved me with your awesome informative videos. Thank you Chrisfix. You're Awesome.
ChrisFix (1 год назад)
Awesome! Glad the videos are helpful!
The end of the beginning live (1 год назад)
excellent straight forward video instruction. top job
DopestDo3 (1 год назад)
400th comment!
Trevor Phillips (1 год назад)
Dude Thank you! but when you use your tool to pushing brake piston back,you can put one of your old brake between piston brake and your tool and then press it back easier!
Queen Bee (1 год назад)
don't forget to literally pump your brakes before you try taking off in your car. It will set the caliper up against the brakes
Brandon Breaker (1 год назад)
2000 ford ranger?
joetake holly (1 год назад)
They are nice pads to fit in .And pretty good truck too }
Fares Johnny (1 год назад)
i want to know how to compress a piston with screwdriver ??
Officer Verd's Side Hoe (1 год назад)
did you tell the guy he really needs new tires? :P
Dion Patel (1 год назад)
Thank you, very very Helpful. Well Done Video
Free Spirit (1 год назад)
Do u got a shop chris ?
ChrisFix (1 год назад)
I wish
RR 10 (1 год назад)
What can you use if you don't have a piston compressor?
JJ Anthony (1 год назад)
You can also use a C-clamp
Bobby Bologna (1 год назад)
These brakes and the drum brakes from your Mazda/ford video do also go as far back as the 1970s fords, virtually identical on my '77 f100 just... much much dirtier ;) hehehe
G H (1 год назад)
what if we dont have the tool to compress the piston? can we compress the piston with hand also, i dont know how much hard it is
Scott R (1 год назад)
A 'C' clamp or 'G' Clamp as some people refer is around $10AUD at supercheap auto here in Australia. Just go to a car parts place or hardware store and ask for a cheap one. Don't need a massive one, prob around 15-20CM or 6inch (which my one is). A socket set, jack and a big flat head screwdriver helps to pry the brake caliper out (Just don't scratch the shiny rotor/disc part ;),. Use the old brake pad and rest it against the piston(s) and then use the clamp to push it in and make sure the brake fluid depository inside the engine bay is opened up. . Wish I could show you, but I don't have a camera etc. I'm currently doing a Ford Festiva Trio 94 model. And the brake caliper setup is basically the same, but slightly different.
G H (1 год назад)
i dont have this even
All American Dream Chaser (1 год назад)
Gulzar Hussain A big "C" clamp works well. I've done many brake jobs using one.👍
G H (1 год назад)
is it the same processus with ford freestar 2005?
thflinch (1 год назад)
Well done. Thank you.
Xiyo Mcfluff (1 год назад)
The tool you used the Compress the caliper piston It is ment to be used in the center of the piston not on the edge you will damage it.
ronyoutu (1 год назад)
Thank You for your hard work!! Much appreciated!
Gracie Trujillo (1 год назад)
Richard Oppelaar (1 год назад)
Thanks for the great video. Watched it before changing pads on my 2003 Ford Ranger. Some slight differences... my pads had built in shims and didn't come with grease, but I had already bought some grease for the pads anyway. I'll certainly watch your updated one when I feel the need to change my rotors.
Khalef Alexis (1 год назад)
Great job man this really helped me
Chuck Chillout (1 год назад)
I've never changed brakes before..until today and this video was perfect..thanks
drnstvns (1 год назад)
Thank you SO much for your instruction style. I watched 3 other videos to learn how to do this and they all went over things like they were speaking to someone who knows what they're going. You took time to speak on details without speaking down and taking time to take the camera and SHOW those details. Changed my front brakes on my Mustang for the first time in my life successfully thanks to you! Great job !
t3chztyl3 (1 год назад)
my rotors feel smooth but im wondering if i still have to get them turned/skimmed to fit in the new pads so they can marry to eachother correctly? thanks for the help in advance
Bub Florkowski (1 год назад)
the rotors are I can tell you y so you can learn as well and teach other people
Bub Florkowski (1 год назад)
those rotor actually are bad chris
Alexzander Nathan (1 год назад)
Don't forget to press the brakes to push that piston back onto the pads. Very important if you are doing both sides :-0
JACK (1 год назад)
what about washing the piston which exert pressure on brake pads, I just recently got replaced the brake pads, but iliterates did not bother to do any of the above things, such as cleaning brake pads housing etc and applying grease
bangbang kill (1 год назад)
man you the best I'm try it out today why pay them when u can do it yourself
laidbak (1 год назад)
did you bleed the brakes
Tom Slover (1 год назад)
Great video, BUT beginners need to know two more things. #1 - When you push back the piston in the caliper, the brake fluid may very well overflow the reservoir on the master cylinder. You need to know how to deal with this. #2 - You need to pump up the brakes in order to make sure the pads are in contact with the rotors before you start driving. Very important. There is nothing like the feeling you get when the car is moving and you step on the brakes and the pedal goes to the floor and you can't stop. Also, the tool for pushing back the piston as shown in the video is being used incorrectly. It should be positioned to push down in the center of the piston, NOT on the edge as was shown. If you don't understand anything in the video, or what I have written here, please get the work done by a professional. A incorrectly done brake job can be a matter of life or death. No kidding. Good luck.
Fire Blade890 (5 месяцев назад)
Alexzander Nathan haha for real?
Alexzander Nathan (1 год назад)
I forgot to pump my brakes after a job on an 85 Aries, and I ended up in the ditch. Could have been worse.
Basilios Gerohimos (1 год назад)
you are the best !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ChrisFix (1 год назад)
Marina Hinojosa (1 год назад)
very detailed !! :)
all done bro, you make easy. when I pull out tire I found stabilizer bar link broke. tha was the hard part.. but finally got it all done thanks a lot
I'm going replace brakes in 2003 ford ranger before I wach this video I got no idea how to do it, let's try
ChrisFix (1 год назад)
Watch this video first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU6OKQxSg8U
alb barlow (2 года назад)
hi there i get a grinding noise and a vibration in my pedal only when braking iv replaced brake pads and rotatorys and wheel bearing and its still the same iv just ordered brake lines is there anything else it could be thanks
Matthew Stryker (2 года назад)
Love this video, thank you! I'm going to try this for the first time on my '98 Explorer.
kevin (2 года назад)
Thanks!!! First time pad replacement took less than an hour. Where do you purchase your replacement parts?
62hotrodvair (2 года назад)
Darsey no 1 (2 года назад)
I would like to thank you for this video which has been a great help to me as my brakes on my ford kuga needed attended to.
Jonathan Wilson (2 года назад)
whats the black twist thing called ? that u showed at the beginning? and where did u get it from?
Kristof Van Den Elshout (2 года назад)
Clamp off brake line. Attach bleeder bottle tool & open bleeder valve. Use C-clamp/special tool to push the piston straight back, all the way in (push on old brake pad).
Charlie Zapone (2 года назад)
jus switched mine out for the first time because of this video super simple super easy.
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Charlie Anthony Awesome! Now this video will help you up your brake game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDOuZzEAQc
Scott Gocek (2 года назад)
thanks for keeping it simple!
Radar Man (2 года назад)
Thanks much .......... I used to take both bolts off and played heck trying to get them back on ............ duh, never thought of just taking one off and swiveling up ........ you just taught an old dog a new trick ........... God Bless and Keep up the Good Work
ThunderWindz (2 года назад)
I've used my brakes for 25.000km now since i saw your video. Now they have starten to come with this sharp noise every time i use 5% of my brakes power. but if i brake a little harder it disapear. i have tried to remove it by braking very hard servel times and it helps in 10 mins but then its back
ThunderWindz (2 года назад)
i change rotors but i used cheap brake pads/rotors since its a car for A-B transport so it will probably be the reason. They brake fine, so think i will keep them for now. Thanks :)
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+ThunderWindz If you didnt change the brake rotors or you used cheap brake pads they will make noise. I will h ave a video out on all of that soon. For now, this video should help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDOuZzEAQc
kaipulla77 (2 года назад)
Thanks Chris! Great stuffs as always! my honda accord 2007 caliper 12mm bolt doesnt come off with my regular rachet. How to get this off without using any power tool? Thank you
Ivan (2 года назад)
This video was very helpful. I was nervous to do the job myself but it was really easy. Thanks for the video Chris👍🏼
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Ivan Failach Awesome Ivan! Glad the video was helpful!
Silicon Valley Engineer (2 года назад)
excellent brake replacement video !
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Silicon Valley Engineer Thanks!
Alex Yett (2 года назад)
Awesome so helpful and good camera angles, thank you !!!
G H (1 год назад)
very helpful, my brother in law paid 50$ to change the pads, if i knew before how easy it is i would do it for free. thanks
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Alex Yett Glad the video was helpful!
Matt Foley (2 года назад)
Hey Chris, just changed oil for the first time thanks to your vid! pretty cool knowing I can do something on a car. of course I'm eager for bigger and better things and to become more knowledgeable. I was wondering if you should replace rotors on every brake job or how to tell when to change rotors if you don't need to do it every time.
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Matt Foley I suggest replacing the rotors on every brake job or at least get them resurfaced. Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU6OKQxSg8U
bingo bongo (2 года назад)
i always spray oil all over the area before putting new pads on, it stops them wearing too fast
bingo bongo (2 года назад)
i was skidding i mean kidding. lol
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+bingo bongo never spray oil on your brakes. Watch this for more info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDOuZzEAQc
marikakyra (2 года назад)
+bingo bongo - not good advice as you don't want oil on rotors. use grease and only where pads mount and slide per video
marikakyra (2 года назад)
use the old brake pad and then have the spreader against the old pad protecting the piston, Otherwise there is a risk of damaging the piston with the small footprint of the spreader against the piston
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+marikakyra Thanks for the tip!
Hagan C (2 года назад)
Very nice video well done easy to understand went over everything you need to know to save me and my family a lot of money thank you.
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Hagan C Awesome! That is the goal!
VideoMenu (2 года назад)
I started to hear a grind yesterday without warning. Man, this sucks. I'm in the middle of moving and am at the end of my cash until the end of the month. Thanks for this video. I'm going to buy the cheapest pads in the morning and try this out. It looks doable, but then I hope the last mechanic didn't tighten the lugs too much. (fingers crossed)
VideoMenu (2 года назад)
By the way, I hear a grind while on a slow roll. (2012 Transit Connect XLT). Anyone have any ideas why that may occur? I'll know more tomorrow hopefully. But in the meantime, I wonder why that would happen. :( (I swear I didn't know this was coming. Maybe I was getting a squeal, but I always have the radio on.)
Nathan Price (2 года назад)
Mathew Bunnell (2 года назад)
Thanks for the help!
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Mathew Bunnell No problem!
Kevin Nguyen (2 года назад)
Thank you ChrisFix Ive been a subscriber for a while now And I watch your videos because They are always high quality and clear to listen to and understand I did my brake pads today and it was easy thanks to your video 😁👌
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Kevin Nguyen Awesome! I am glad the video was helpful and nice work changing the brakes out!
yt7954 (2 года назад)
Brilliant video. Chris Fix, you gave me the confidence to change the front pads on my Mondeo ST200 (Contour SVT in the States). I have done oil & filter, plugs, fuel, cabin & air filter, plus removed my upper and lower intake manifolds to clean but never dare attempt brakes... until now. First side took an hour from start to finish, other side 20 minutes. Tip for others, I used one of the old pads to lay across the piston when using the rewind tool. Thanks again, probably saved me £50.
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+yt7954 Thanks a lot! Glad the videos were helpful!
Maher Alayal (2 года назад)
Thank you buddy
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Maher Alayal No problem! Here is a great video for tips and tricks when doing brakes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJDOuZzEAQc
Dan Rowland (2 года назад)
Fantastic job, i'm confident I can do this on my 90 Ranger now. Thanks!
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Dan Rowland Awesome! Watch this which is exactly for your ranger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlbFFq60Tec
Maichaye (2 года назад)
Do these new brake pads have wear indicators that you said are recommended in an another video of yours ?
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+Maichaye I dont remember, this video was one of my first videos so it has been a while. Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU6OKQxSg8U
rebel3353 (2 года назад)
all I gotta say is, fuck those springs, done a ton of brake jobs on personal vehicles and family's, never had to deal with the springs before, they suck :(
PrankingThePeople (2 года назад)
Always clean brake parts with fluids and not air or brushes to keep the dust from becoming airborne. Brake dust contains asbestos which you do not want to breathe! Keep up the vids
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+PrankingThePeople Thanks for the tip!
puppy cat (2 года назад)
thanks man.
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+puppy cat no problem!
***Classified*** (2 года назад)
Hey Chris, I've replaced my rear wheel cylinders, shoes, calipers, pads, rotors, and a few brake lines. I completely bled every wheel until no air bubbles were there, but the brake pedal feels pretty soft until you get around halfway to the floor. By then, it feels great, and there is no brake fade at all. Shouldn't the brakes be firm right from the top of the pedal? The pedal feels much better than it used to, but it doesn't feel like a new cars would.
***Classified*** (2 года назад)
+ChrisFix I've done that. Drove a new dealer car, and the brakes feel f'ing amazing. Mine feel like crap compared to the brand new car, but they still work ok. I've driven a lot worse for sure.  Are you saying the master cylinder is at fault? How do you replace one of those without getting a ton of air into the brake system?
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+***Classified*** Could be the master cylinder is not 100%. The brakes should feel firm and you should feel confident that you can stop easily. Go drive another car and then get in yours and see the difference.
george46Pacheco (2 года назад)
thanks for brake changing demonstration. Very helpful. I have a Ford F 150 . I still may not do it myself but at least i can shop around for a reasonable price since i now understand that its not too hard to replace brakes. Thanks again
ChrisFix (2 года назад)
+george36lopez This will be even more helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lU6OKQxSg8U

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