loosen the lug nuts while tire is on ground. then jack up car and take them completely off. take tire off. try to pull brake drum off of rear axle. if it stuck, gently tap around the sides of it with a hammer, while trying to pull it straight off towards you. once you get it off, set your new brake pads down on the ground the same way as the brake shoes on the car. make sure the brake shoes look just like the ones on the car. Having actual brake tools make a brake job so much easier. If you don't have the proper tools, you may be able to use a 5/8" socket to push in the pin holders on the sides. they are the round circles about the size of a dime, with a spring underneath, and it looks like a nail in the center of it. hold your finger on the inside back of the axle, and push inward with the socket and turn 45 degrees. this will release the washer and spring from the pin. Once again, if you don't have the proper tools, to take the springs off, you will probably have to use a screwdriver. As you take each part off, place it on the pair of brake shoes that you have set on the ground. once you have all the peices transferred over, then lift the new brake assembely and put it back on in reverse order. Rear drum brakes are very easy when you have the proper tools, quit tricky if you don't.
1.lift and support car with jack and jack stands 2.removel wheel 3. remove 2 brake drum retainging screws 4.remove drum install 5. adjust shoes to fit drum 6. place drum on hub 7. install 2 screws 8. put wheel back on. 9. TEST BRAKES
Front or rear.. disc or drum type..??????????
Watch how you take them off and put them back on the same way. Then you have to bleed them since there drum brakes
We have a video that I'll include a link to below that will show you how to do the rear brakes on a 92-99 Chevy Tahoe.
take the old ones off and put the new ones on
This question needs to more specific. Disc or drum? Front or back?
You can probably purchase an aftermarket disc brake system, and then hire a mechanic to install it.
( 1 ) on each of the rear drum brakes
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?
What about 1993 Pontiac drum brakes, please be specific.
No, they are inferior to disc brakes. Drum brakes were used from the beginning of the auto up until the late 60s. Drum brakes are more prone to overheating than disc brakes. Disc brakes also shed water much better than drum brakes which improves stopping distance in wet conditions. Disc brakes apply pressure more evenly than drum brakes thus improving stopping distance. Disc brakes are superior in every way.
No. Drum brakes expand inside a rotating drum to stop the vehicle, disc brakes squeeze in against a rotating disc.
Only the rear brakes are drum brakes. The front brakes are disc brakes. To answer your question, twist the end wing nut by your drum brake. It tightens and adjusts how much you have to press on your rear brake lever.
The rear brakes on a 1984 Chevy truck are drum brakes.
Disc brakes and drum brakes.
A 1996 camaro has the same DISK brakes as a 2001. It does not have drum brakes.
Disc brakes may have been an option but it would normally come stock with drum brakes.
GM went with drum brakes on the back of the 1500 series trucks to keep manufacturing costs down,I remember my 97 F-150 had drum brakes in the back and they worked fine.
Drum brakes do not have the stopping ability of disc brakes, so no not harder, but slower.
There's no guarantee that they will. Disc brakes have a higher initial cost and are prone to heating more quickly than foundation drum brakes.
The super sport chevelle's came standard with disc brakes in front and drum brakes in the rear. the malibu came standard with drum brakes front and rear.
Some models of Ford Ranger have ( 9 inch ) rear drum brakes
How do you remove the rear drum brakes on a 1998 ford escort
Drum brakes are cheaper to build.