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Old 02-23-2010, 03:43 PM
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What size Allen to remove caliper for brake pad change on 2008 Ford Escape V6 2wd

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Do no try to remove those the are factory set in lock tight , use the mounting bolts to remove from vehicle and make sure you grease those allen bolts good to insure calipers dont hang up . Also use ceramic brake pads they should last about 60K miles on these cars . also if you are new to the escape if you hear a whirring sound from the rear the back tires are suseptable to cupping I have owned a couple and the company I worked for did too actually very low matainence cars
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