Having problems with your 2002 Ford E350 ?

My Ford E-350 Van Shakes when braking. I have replaced the Rotors and Brake pads and it still shakes only when braking. What else could be causing this?

\015 The E-350's front Rotors have been replaced as well as the pads. Calipers are the same. I checked all the fuses to see if the ABS fuse was blown. No luck with that either as fuses where all good. What else could be causing this. Tie Rods look good. The symptoms feel the same as a warped Rotor but I replaced the rotors with brand new ones. Can the Rotor's actually come Warped as well? Do they need to be put on the Lathe just to make sure? I don't have a lathe.......What can be causing this. Signed - Perplexed in NJ\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

Welcome to the world of Ford Truck!!! The rear rotors come off the same way that the front rotors come off, only they get REALLY stuck to the rear hub assembly. Once you have removed the caliper and caliper mounting frame, take a BIG hammer and BEAT the rotors loose.

They make a "drum and rotor puller" for this job, but it is pretty expensive - especially if you are only going to do one set of brakes...even most professionals that do these all the time cannot justify the cost of the tool. The rotors for your truck are not that expensive, and they usually get destroyed trying to get them off anyway...so we always replace them at our shop.
I would look at the front wheel bearings ford has this problem . I don't have as big of a truck as an E 350 but i always replace mine when i do the brakes and they always loosen in i few months and i retighten them and there fine untill the next time i do the brakes . You could also look at the rear shocks if there gone the front will also shake or it will seam the front end it the problem but they realy have more to do with front shimey then the front shocks
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