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Ford is trusted for building vehicles that provide enduring dependability and comfortable ride feel. The much-respected Ford name plate always means a car with classy appearance and also an unbeatable engine and transmission. When an issue crops up or a component ought to be fixed, don't scrimp with a no-name part. Your Ford Expedition is worth the right auto parts to meet all challenges with maximum power. Flexible all-terrain vehicles including your dependable, workhorse Ford Expedition were meant to handle rough terrain in the city or on the road but they need effective maintenance and first-rate parts to keep on taking on all the world's rugged hills. A Ford Expedition is rugged enough to overcome any off-road challenge, but needs the highest quality parts to be able to get to where you want to go. Your fine Ford was manufactured with the highest quality and craftsmanship; it needs replacement parts with the same high level of quality. Ford builds safe, reliable cars, but bear in mind it's your job to check that all required safety parts are in place and in working order. Tragic accidents are sometimes a fact of life traveling in a vehicle, but you can minimize the chances of being victimized by a collision just by installing or maintaining the safety equipment like signal lights or brakes. Ford Expedition Brakes utilize many different systems and components that help slow your car or truck by converting mechanical energy, or velocity, into heat energy. Your Ford Expedition Brakes are positioned on every wheel where they work either to slow your car or truck or help it come to a complete stop. Each part of the Ford Expedition Brakes is vital for effective braking; if any component is in need of attention, it is critical to take care of it quickly using high-quality OEM parts. Driving a Ford was a good choice, now maintaining it in top condition is a great choice. No one can give you more durable Ford aftermarket accessories than us. A Ford is a fantastic machine ... keep it running strong with our collection of outstanding automotive parts from www.partsgeek.com.
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You purchased your Ford Expedition knowing that you got the perfect SUV that can clean up and take you around town in style or can tackle any construction job at the same time. You begin to notice some squeaking and some grinding coming from the rear wheels. If this is the case, then let's get it checked out. Regular maintenance of a vehicle like this can ensure many years of continuous use. If you noticed an unusual sound while driving, then something is probably wrong. That grinding sound coming from the wheels can be Ford Expedition brake problems. This often will mean it is time to change the brake pads. Sometimes it is necessary to change the rotors and the calipers too.
There is a recall issued on the brake stop lamp on 2008 Ford Expedition brakes and Lincoln Navigator brakes. The brake stop lamp switch could be improperly adjusted which could result in a delay or an absence of illumination. This could result in an accident. A second recall is on Ford Expedition service brakes but not on Ford Excursion brakes on Ford Explorer brakes. It is explained that there is an extra check ball that was installed in the hydraulic valves of the ESC module. This can cause a reduction of the flow of brake fluid through the valve resulting in less brake force.
Your Expedition Brakes Work Hard
Your Expedition is a large vehicle with a lot of weight. It is common for your 2003 Ford Expedition brakes to wear out a little quicker than a small car. Fixing your 2000 Ford Expedition brakes due to wear and tear is normal. Any 1999 Ford Expedition brakes issue should be fixed quickly. Damaged or worn parts often put unneeded stress and strain on adjoining parts. The point is to stay consistent with normal maintenance and quickly address any warning signals from your SUV.
Step by Step
If you are just changing the pads, then set aside a Saturday or Sunday afternoon and do the job yourself. The internet is full of videos describing exactly what to do and how to do it. Also on many Ford Expedition forums, you can find step by step instructions, including help with common mistakes or situations that might confuse you. If you need to turn or shave your rotors, then you may need to take them to a machine shop for some help. Otherwise, you can handle the rest of the job and save some money on labor.
A brake job at a repair shop on your SUV will regularly start at $392 and can go over $550. This is for rear brake pads and new rotors. Finding the parts, you need, is easy. Check out PartsGeek.com. We sell brakes for all SUV models, your Expedition, and all Ford Expedition auto parts and accessories online. We don't have a big brick building in your town with lots of employees and a large rent to pay. We did this to almost eliminate our overhead and we deliver those savings to you.
Brakes available for the following Ford Expedition years: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97. This part is also sometimes called Ford Expedition Brake. We stock brakes parts for most Ford models including F150, Explorer, F250 Super Duty, Escape, Focus, Taurus, Fusion, Mustang, F350 Super Duty, Ranger, Edge, Explorer Sport Trac, Five Hundred, Crown Victoria, E350 Super Duty, Freestyle, Flex, F250, Fiesta, Excursion, F350, E250, Thunderbird, F550 Super Duty, Windstar, Escort, Freestar, Transit Connect, F450 Super Duty, E150, F650, Bronco, E150 Econoline, Transit-250, F100, E250 Econoline, F700, F53, Taurus X and Contour.