Ford Mustang Service Manual: Pads

Front Disc Brake (

Description and Operation)

Front Disc Brake Components

 


 

Disc Brake Caliper Components


Disc Brake Caliper Components

 


 

The front disc brake caliper (2B120):


The front disc brake caliper (2B120):

  • bolts to the front disc brake caliper anchor plate (2B292), which bolts to the front wheel spindle (3105).
  • is a pin slider, dual piston design.

The front brake discs (1125):

  • are of a ventilated full-cast design, with non-directional cooling fins.
  • are serviced with the disc brake caliper and front disc brake caliper anchor plate removed.

The front brake disc shield (2K005):

  • is riveted to the front wheel spindle.
  • protects the front wheel bearings and inboard surface of the front brake disc.

The pads:

  • are housed in the front disc brake caliper anchor plate.
  • are of a non-asbestos, non-metallic composition.
Front Disc Brake (Description and Operation)
Front Disc Brake (Description and Operation) Front Disc Brake Components   Disc Brake Caliper Components   The front disc brake caliper (2B120): bolts to the front disc brake c ...

Removal
Removal 1. Remove brake master cylinder filler cap (2162). Check brake fluid level in brake master cylinder reservoir (2K478). Remove fluid until brake master cylinder reservoir is half full ...

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Exceptions To Normal Schedule
General Maintenance Information NOTE: This is a generic maintenance schedule for all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. There may be items listed that do not apply to all vehicles. The Normal Schedule applies to operation of the vehicle under typical, every ...

Ignition switch
A. Off: The ignition is off. Note: When you switch the ignition off and leave your vehicle, do not leave your key in the ignition. This could cause your vehicle battery to lose charge. B. Accessory: Allows the electrical accessories such as the radio to ...

Transmission (Installation)
Manual Transmission The T56 six-speed manual transmission features the following: six forward speeds and one reverse speed. forward gears are synchronized and helical cut. a reverse gear operates through a constant-mesh, fully synchronized system. a shi ...