Remove the tire and wheel from your 2002 Chevy Malibu. Remove the brake spring and the brake caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
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If you want them to work properly, take it to the nearest Chevy dealership.
It your unfamiliar with basic brake work purchase a shop repair manual for that vehicle. It will save you time and money.
Remove the tire and wheel from your Mitsubishi. Remove the brake spring and the brake caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install your new brake shoes.
you go to a liscenced garage, where they are qualified to do repairs on safety related components... period...
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Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1993 GMC. Remove the brake spring and the brake caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install your new brake shoes.
The truck has 4 wheel disc brakes for stopping. There is a small hub on the rear disks for the parking brake shoes to engage. www.trailvoy.com
Just beginning to check out noise on our '01 Suburban 1500 (270K miles). Several threads say this noise is due to a faulty spring clip holding the parking brake shoes. Supposedly this is the part number for the GM/Chevy solution (I haven't checked this P/N at the dealership yet, just quoting a TSB someone posted). P/N 88982879 parking brake retaining spring clip kit You have to remove rear wheel, unbolt brake calipers, remove hub, and then replace parking brake spring as well as parking brake shoes if they are worn. Best wishes! Steve Atlanta, GA
If your brake shoes are squeaking you need to take it to the nearest expert technician or mechanic which will tell you how to change your shoes and if you need to.
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Remove the tire and wheel. The brake shoes are held in place by a spring. Remove the brake shoe spring. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
The truck has 4 wheel disc brakes. The parking brake uses the hub on the rear rotor with a small set of brake shoes inside for use as a park brake only. www.trailvoy.com
The brake rotors are warped are out of round. Need to do a brake job and have the rotors turned are replaced. Be sure to install new pads and shoes.
Its got disc brakes in the front, therefor brake pads and its got drum brakes in the back, therefor brake shoes
To change wheel cylinder on a 2000 Chevy Malibu, jack up the vehicle and remove the tires, brake drums and brake shoes. Spray the hydraulic line and fitting with CRC 5-56 and loosen hydraulic fitting. Remove the two mounting bolts and remove the wheel cylinder. Replace with new.
Remove the tire and wheel from your Chevrolet Avalanche. Remove the brake spring and caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
Start with an inspection and adjustment of the parking brake shoes by removing the rear brake rotors. If the brake shoes are good and they are adjusted up and you still need more adjustment, make final adjustments on the brake cables under the drivers side of the vehicle.
rear brake shoes are pretty much the same on all cars and truck. basically you remove the tire remove the brake drum retaining clips. unadjust the brake adjuster. this is doen by removing the plug on the back of the brake backign plate. then turn the star to let the brake shoes back off from the drum. once the pressure is off the shoes the drum will come off. then you remove the shoes by taking off the springs and stuff that hold the shoes on. putthe new shoes on and the drum. readjust the brakes with turning the star the other way. spin the drum to see if they are free or stuck if they are stuck you went too much. unadjust them to get them to where they barely rub. and you are done.