How do you Rear brakes replace on 04 Honda reflex?
Remove the muffler (don't remove the exhaust pipe or the muffler joint band,
just twist the muffler off).
Remove the caliper housing.
Remove the brake pads.
Twist the caliper back into the body (large screwdriver or tire iron
twisting to the right and pushing at the same time).
Install new pads (making sure that they seat right.
Re-Install the caliper housing.
Re-Install the muffler.
In 2004 Toyota Camry if I have not used hand brakes do I need to replace front and rear wheels brakes or just front wheel brakes?
Why is your back brakes locking up when you press the brakes on a wet surface like you are pulling the hand brake up?
When the pads reach the wear indicator, which you will hear as a squeal. Odd as it may seem, The rear brake pads will more than likely wear out before the front on your Accord. This is common on a Honda. How long they will last depends on how you drive, but expect to replace the rear pads at around 60,000 miles. The front should last 75,000 miles. But again, it depends on how and…
No. You will only need to replace the brake shoes if they are worn down. Generally the front brakes do 70% of braking leaving the rear with 30%, which will cause the front pads to wear first. What is important however is that you replace either front brakes or rear brakes as a set. i.e. if you're replacing the front brakes do the right and left side.
If you replace the rear calipers and bleed the rear brakes do you need to bleed the front brakes also?
I have a 99 Dakota and when I changed the rear brakes there was noting special I had to do to them. just remember with any rear "drum" brakes. you need to make sure when you replace the shoes that you also replace the hardware (tension springs, hold down springs). If you go to any auto part store and ask them for the rear brake hardware kit they will know what you are talking about.
Camry does not have rear disk brakes. It rear drum brakes. So you don't have to replace rotors. It's most likely that you don't need to replace drums too, but it might happen. To replace rear brake shoes you have to remove rear wheels. Remove the drums which might be not easy. You need to remove the springs holding rear brakes together. After that you have to remove four pins holding the shoes (one pin…
If your brakes are ineffective, you have a problem, part of that problem is that your truck is 23 years old. Why don't you change the fluid, replace the front pads and rear shoes. Replace the front rotors and rear drums. Inspect the rubber brake lines as they may be collapsing. Replace the master cylinder. Do all this if it is all necessary and I bet you have good brakes again. Fix the problem or…