2004 Ford F150 Brake Rotor
Your 2004 Ford F150 needs high-quality brake rotors to slow down and stop quickly. The brake rotors are circular discs present behind each of your truck's wheels. When you step on the brakes, the brake pads push down on the brake rotors to slow down your wheels via friction. If you need to upgrade or replace your 2004 F150 rotors and pads, rely on AutoZone to find the right parts for your needs.
Best Brake Rotor for 2004 Ford F150
Naturally, you should pick out exact replacement brake rotors for your 2004 Ford F150. The right brake rotors can make braking much safer and easier when you're on the road. Examine your current rotors and determine whether they are smooth, drilled, slotted, or drilled and slotted. Drilled or slotted rotors provide better performance and allow dust and air to flow over or through them more easily, while smooth rotors are competitively priced and common.
How to Replace a 2004 Ford F150 Brake Rotor
Replacing 2004 Ford F150 brake rotors means first removing the caliper guide bolts for each wheel, then checking for rust and dirt. Remove the caliper and the old brake pads, then remove the rotors themselves. Replace each old rotor with a new one, then replace the brake pads and caliper bolts to their proper places.
You can find the right brake rotors for your needs at AutoZone from brands like Duralast. Filter through all the available replacements by year, make, model, and engine size. Once you purchase the right parts for your tune-up, pick them up with Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup or Free Next-Day Delivery.