Jack up the rear of the vehicle and put on jack stands. remove wheels and sparay around hubs with PB Blaster. If you have a self ajuster on your vehicle, it may need to be lossened. hit the hub s with a hammer to try to lossen them. If you have a rearwheel drive you can put a couple lug nuts back on and start your car. put it in gear and tap on the hubs with a hammer while they are moving. you may need two people. Turn off your car and pull them off.
are the brakes drum or disk. if they are drum, you need to back off the brakes shoes .the drum wears with use and develops a lip on the edge of drum, preventing the removal of drum
Once you get your brakes off, I would use a screwdriver to loosen the brake drum. It should come off easily after that.
This will greatly depend on what kind of brakes you have and which parts you are trying to replace. Do you have disc or drum brakes? If you have disc brakes, do you want to replace the calipers, pads, or rotors? If you have drum brakes, do you want to replace the drum, or the shoes?
A 1996 camaro has the same DISK brakes as a 2001. It does not have drum brakes.
No, the value will not change at all. If you replace drum brakes with drum brakes as you said youwe're doing, it is the same as it is now, so no value change there unless you change something and replace it with something different, then you may have some value change.
yes you can get a kit to convert brakes
If the brakes are worn and have worn a groove in the brake drum, you won't be able to remove the drum without first backing off the brakes. At the bottom of the inside of the backing plate you should see a slot. Use a small pry bar or a screwdriver to back off the adjuster.
the only difference to changing brakes with a full floating axle , is that you dont have to remove the axle the brake drum will come off the hub with out removing the axle. you may have to get underneath and back off the brakes to free it up enuff to move the drum
Yes, I understand the emergency brake has to be off so the pads wont be up against the disc or drum when attempting to change the brakes and rotors.
Try searching online or looking for a video which gives info on how to change your drum brakes. Also you may want to try asking a representative from auto shops.
Are you asking how to??
I have never changed drum brakes before but i have a Montero sport 2000 also. Does it look very complicated?
Yes. There are manysuppliers of aftermarket bolt-on kits.
Pull the brake adjustment plug and back off the brake adjusters. You may also need to heat the drum near the center where it rides on the axle. Sometimes the drum is a little tight on the axle and the heat will cause the drum to expand just enough to get it off. use a slide hammer
I did not think the Windstar came with *front* drum brakes (assuming the question is referring to brakes)...There are instructions for changing front disc brakes and rear drum brakes in the "Related Questions" below
See related link.
to take off a drum of your rear brakes you need a flat head screwdriver. simply place the screwdriver through the crack between the drum and the axel and pull in your direction all the way around and this should loosin the drum being able to get to your brakes
Not worth the effort and expense
( 1 ) on each of the rear drum brakes
pull wheel off and then look for a slot in the brake drum on the front of it and rotate drum until you see the gear through the hole in the drum, turn the gear to set up the brakes.
What about 1993 Pontiac drum brakes, please be specific.
Hold a small wood block at back of the rim of drum and hit it with a heavy hammer as you move the block around to each side of the drum.
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You can find a guide on how to change drum brakes very easily at any of your local automotive centers. If you can't find a local automotive centers, most gas stations can give you a guide as well.