you will ned to remove the back tires and then remove the rear drums, there may be two small holes that bolt screw int the bolt size 8mmx1.25. you want them to be about an inch long, just thread them and keep tighting them and the drum should come off if the shoes are less 1/8 inch thick they need to be replaced. remove the springs PAY ATTENTION how they come off, and reinstall
Take it to a garage and ask them "Can you replace my brake shoes please"
Is there a special tool that is needed to remove and replace the brake shoes?
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake assembly spring. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake shoes.
The rear brake shoes, on a Kawasaki 3010 Mule, will come off. When the brake springs are removed. Reverse the process to install new brake shoes.
If you're talking about the brake drums, (which need to be removed to inspect or replace the brake shoes inside), they just slide off. First, remove the wheel. Next, wiggle and pull the brake drum (the dinner-plate sized cast-iron bowl-shaped cover) with both hands until it slides off the lugnut studs. Now you can inspect the brake parts.
Check the line from the differential to the backing plate and inspect front of cylinder under drum.
you dont adjust you replace brake shoes
I got this info out of the scheduled maintenance guide... hope this helps. Change oil and oil filter. Inspect brakes pads/shoes/rotors/drums, brake lines and hoses, and parking brake system. Inspect wheel ends for endplay and noise. Inspect engine cooling system and hoses. Inspect exhaust system and heat shields. Inspect steering linkage, suspension, and if equipped driveshaft and ball joints. Inspect tires for wear and rotate. Replace engine air filter. Replace fuel filter. Replace cabin air filter, if equipped. Change automatic transmission/transaxle fluid on all vehicles equipped with AX4S,4F50N,4R100,4F27E. Inspect automatic transmission fluid on all other vehicles, if equipped with dipstick.
back shoes a lot of work,,many springs,
It he emergency brake has slack in it, then you more than likely the rear pads/shoes are worn out. Inspect the rear brakes.
How do I replace rear brakes on a VW Polo GTI
Inspect the shock, and springs. Can also be worn brake pads/shoes if you hear this when braking.
Remove wheel, brake caliper, brake disc, parking brake shoes etc. Drive out broken stud, replace with new stud. Replace above in reverse order.
The best place to have your brakes replaced at would be Midas they would be able to replace both your brake shoes and even brake calibers if they need replaced.
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Brake shoes worn out. Replace them and have the drumns resurfaced.
To change the brake shoes, remove the tire, rim and axel after you have the car lifted. You can then go on to remove the old brake shoe and replace it with a new one.
You don't. You replace the worn out rear break shoes. If that doesn't do it you need to replace the stretched E brake cable.
If the parking brake doesn't hold my guess is the parking brake shoes are shot. Also inspect the parking brake cables, they may be stuck and in need of replacement. The parking brake is designed to hold the vehicle in a parked position and not to be used as an emergency brake to stop a vehicle.
I suggest you get a manual on your car from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM or MOTORLIT.COM
If it is a drum brake system, then you will have to remove the wheel ,drum, brake shoes, and hydraulic brake line , then remove and replace the cylinder with a new one re-assemble and bleed the hydraulic brake system
Remove wheel Remove brake drum Loosen and remove brake line Remove mounting bolts Pry wheel cylinder off brake shoes Install new cylinder Replace brake lines Replace brake drum Bleed affected brake line
The car will drive fine but the rear brake shoes may drag on the drum. This will quickly wear out the rear brake shoes, hurt you fuel mileage, and cause a loss of power. Replace the springs.
The make and model of truck doesn't matter. When the shoes get down to 1/4 inch, you replace them.
When brake shoes needs to be replaced, really depends on certain circumstances: how frequently the vehicle breaks, road conditions, etc. However, a good rule of thumb is to replace your shoes once every 35,000 miles.