2010 Ford F150 Brake Rotor
Your pickup truck stops when you press the brake pedal due to the brake rotor being squeezed by brake pads in a caliper. Rotors experience wear and corrosion over time and mileage, and the original cast iron part will need to be replaced. When that happens, you'll find the parts you need at AutoZone for a great price.
Best Brake Rotor For 2010 Ford F150
There are many factors to consider when choosing the right brake rotors for your 2010 F150. There are two basic types of rotors, cast iron and vented. The next thing you need to consider is the size of the rotor, since only the exact size should be used on your truck. Finally, you need to decide on a brand of rotor, and brands like Duralast offer good warranty coverage on their parts for peace of mind.
How to Replace a Ford F150 Brake Rotor
2010 F150 rotors and pads usually need to be replaced every 50,000 miles or so. If you're starting to notice that your brakes aren't working as well as they used to, it's probably time to replace the rotors. Replacing brake rotors is a straightforward process that anyone with a little mechanical know-how can do. First, you'll need to remove the old rotor. This is usually just a matter of taking off the screws or bolts that hold the caliper in place. Next, you'll need to install the new rotor, making sure that it's properly seated and aligned. Once the new rotor is in place, you can put the caliper back on and bleed the brakes.
Explore AutoZone's listings for the perfect part fitment when you enter your Ford F150's year, make, model, and engine size. Once you've selected the parts you want, check out with convenient options like Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup and Free Next-Day Delivery.