Ford e350 rear rotor removal

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Brake Rotors/Discs Replacement Service

How much does a Brake Rotors/Discs Replacement cost?

On average, the cost for a Ford E-350 Super Duty Brake Rotors/Discs Replacement is $360 with $208 for parts and $152 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
2007 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-5.4LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Rear ReplacementEstimate$687.80Shop/Dealer Price$827.89 - $1209.88
2003 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-5.4LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Rear ReplacementEstimate$653.80Shop/Dealer Price$793.92 - $1175.93
2005 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-5.4LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$1345.12Shop/Dealer Price$1658.06 - $2558.57
2011 Ford E-350 Super DutyV10-6.8LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$1113.76Shop/Dealer Price$1368.82 - $2095.78
2001 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-7.3L Turbo DieselService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$1345.12Shop/Dealer Price$1658.09 - $2558.61
2017 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-6.2LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$577.64Shop/Dealer Price$698.71 - $1023.61
2001 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-5.4LService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$1353.62Shop/Dealer Price$1666.33 - $2566.66
2000 Ford E-350 Super DutyV8-7.3L Turbo DieselService typeBrake Rotor/Disc - Front ReplacementEstimate$1353.62Shop/Dealer Price$1666.97 - $2567.77

Show example Ford E-350 Super Duty Brake Rotors/Discs Replacement prices

What is the Brake Rotor/Disc all about?

A brake rotor is a smooth metal disc attached to the wheel hub. Most new cars (1999 and above) come with rotors at each wheel. Older cars may have drums instead of rotors at the rear wheels . Brake rotors play an important part in the braking system. It is the friction between brake pads and rotors that cause your car to slow down and stop. As the rotors wear out (become thin or warped), they are unable to dissipate the heat caused by the braking system. This will cause the brake fluid to boil and reduce the effectiveness of brake system significantly.

Keep in mind:

Brake rotors are replaced in pairs. If you choose front brake rotors, both front wheels will get new rotors. This service comes with brake pads. Unless brake pads were replaced recently, pads must be replaced while replacing the rotors.

How it's done:

  • Measure the thickness of brake rotors.
  • Remove and replace rotors and pads.
  • Perform a brake safety inspection.
  • Perform test drive.

Our recommendation:

It is a good idea to get the thickness of brake rotors measured annually. Your mechanic should measure the rotor thickness every time the brake pads are replaced. Brake rotors usually last twice as long as brake pads, which usually means you need to replace rotors every other brake service. If you drive the car with worn-out brake pads for too long, you will destroy the rotors.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Brake Rotor/Disc?

  • Vibration or pulsation when applying brakes.
  • Blue discoloration of rotor surface.
  • Grooves or hot spots in rotors.

How important is this service?

All services associated with proper function of your brakes are important. In addition to safety issues, ignoring small repairs can quickly lead to more serious (and more expensive) problems.

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How to Replace Ford F Brake Pads

Ford’s F pickup is rated at 1 ton, making it the choice for owners who need extra payload capacity over the three quarter or half ton F-Series trucks. Ford 1-ton trucks use disc brakes on the front and rear wheels. The brake caliper presses the brake pads against the brake rotor to slow or stop the vehicle. Over time brake pads with wear down or glaze over from overheating of the brake rotor, necessitating replacement of the pads to restore full-braking capability.

Step 1

Work on one wheel at a time for safety. Place wheel chocks under each side of the tire diagonally opposite of the wheel you want to raise to begin your brake pad replacement. Raise your truck with a floor jack until the wheel is off of the ground that you wish to start with. Place a jack stand under the frame rail and lower the floor jack. Open the hood and turn the wing nut that holds the tire iron in place in a counterclockwise direction. Lift the tire iron from the brackets on the radiator support.

Step 2

Place the hooked end of the tire iron into the slot at the base of the hub cap. Twist the iron the remove the hub cap. Use the other end of the iron to loosen and remove the lug nuts in a counterclockwise direction. Remove the wheel from the hub and roll it aside. Repeat this step for all wheels needing brake pad replacement.

Step 3

Remove the master cylinder cap from the master cylinder reservoir, which is mounted on the driver’s side firewall under the hood.

Step 4

Remove the two upper brake caliper holding bolts from the inside of the caliper with a 15 mm wrench turned in a counterclockwise direction. Lift the upper brake caliper from the brake rotor and lay it upside down on top of the rotor. Do not stretch the rubber brake line still attached to the caliper.

Step 5

Pry the brake pads outward from each side of the brake rotor with a flat blade screwdriver and place them aside. Push a new brake pad onto each side on the rotor, with the lining facing the brake rotor, until the holding clips snap the pad into place.

Step 6

Place one of the old brake pads into the upper caliper against the two pistons. Place a “C” clamp over the brake pad and the outside of the caliper housing. Tighten the “C” clamp until the pistons are pushed back into the caliper housing. Remove the “C” clamp and the old brake pad.

Step 7

Push the upper caliper back over the rotor. Line up the mounting holes and tighten the holding bolts with a 15mm wrench turned in a clockwise direction. Replace the wheel and tighten the lug nuts with the lug wrench. Push the hub cap back into position until it snaps into place.

Repeat steps 3 through 7 for all wheels needing brake pad replacement. Check the level of the brake fluid in the master cylinder reservoir. Remove excess fluid from the reservoir (created when pushing the brake caliper pistons back in) with a syringe and replace the cap. Close the hood after replacing the tire iron. Pump the brake pedal a few times to seat the new brake pads before driving the vehicle.

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Things You'll Need

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  • Tire iron
  • 15 mm wrench
  • Flat blade screwdriver
  • &#;C&#; clamp
  • Replacement brake pads
  • Syringe

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How to Replace Ford F350 Brake Pads

Ford’s F350 pickup is rated at 1 ton, making it the choice for owners who need extra payload capacity over the three quarter or half ton F-Series trucks. Ford 1-ton trucks use disc brakes on the front and rear wheels. The brake caliper presses the brake pads against the brake rotor to slow or stop the vehicle. Over time brake pads with wear down or glaze over from overheating of the brake rotor, necessitating replacement of the pads to restore full-braking capability.

Step 1

Work on one wheel at a time for safety. Place wheel chocks under each side of the tire diagonally opposite of the wheel you want to raise to begin your brake pad replacement. Raise your truck with a floor jack until the wheel is off of the ground that you wish to start with. Place a jack stand under the frame rail and lower the floor jack. Open the hood and turn the wing nut that holds the tire iron in place in a counterclockwise direction. Lift the tire iron from the brackets on the radiator support.

Step 2

Place the hooked end of the tire iron into the slot at the base of the hub cap. Twist the iron the remove the hub cap. Use the other end of the iron to loosen and remove the lug nuts in a counterclockwise direction. Remove the wheel from the hub and roll it aside. Repeat this step for all wheels needing brake pad replacement.

Step 3

Remove the master cylinder cap from the master cylinder reservoir, which is mounted on the driver’s side firewall under the hood.

Step 4

Remove the two upper brake caliper holding bolts from the inside of the caliper with a 15 mm wrench turned in a counterclockwise direction. Lift the upper brake caliper from the brake rotor and lay it upside down on top of the rotor. Do not stretch the rubber brake line still attached to the caliper.

Step 5

Pry the brake pads outward from each side of the brake rotor with a flat blade screwdriver and place them aside. Push a new brake pad onto each side on the rotor, with the lining facing the brake rotor, until the holding clips snap the pad into place.

Step 6

Place one of the old brake pads into the upper caliper against the two pistons. Place a “C” clamp over the brake pad and the outside of the caliper housing. Tighten the “C” clamp until the pistons are pushed back into the caliper housing. Remove the “C” clamp and the old brake pad.

Step 7

Push the upper caliper back over the rotor. Line up the mounting holes and tighten the holding bolts with a 15mm wrench turned in a clockwise direction. Replace the wheel and tighten the lug nuts with the lug wrench. Push the hub cap back into position until it snaps into place.

Repeat steps 3 through 7 for all wheels needing brake pad replacement. Check the level of the brake fluid in the master cylinder reservoir. Remove excess fluid from the reservoir (created when pushing the brake caliper pistons back in) with a syringe and replace the cap. Close the hood after replacing the tire iron. Pump the brake pedal a few times to seat the new brake pads before driving the vehicle.

References

Things You'll Need

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