How do you remove and reinstall rear wheel cylinders on an 89 S10 PU?
you have to remove both rear wheels ,remove brake drums, remove brake shoes,loosen brake hose or metal line and remove, remove bolts holding wheel cylinders to backing plate and replace, clean backing plate and hardware and reinstall all in reverse order, adjust rear brake and bleed system to remove air from lines.
Remove the rear wheel and belt covers. Remove old belt. Check numbers on new and old to be sure of fit. thread new belt through front pulleys and over rear wheel pulley. Get rear axle ready and depress belt tension-er while somebody slides in axle bolt and secures. Release tension-er and reinstall covers.
The assembly is all one kit. It will cost you approx. $140. Open the rear door to the cover, remove the plastic panel behind the tire wheel. This will expose the guts to the light assembly. Remove nuts that hold assembly in place, remove lamps, and detach. Reinstall the same way. The new assembly will not come with lamps, you will need to reinstall the old lamps or order new lamps. It's very easy.
pull the wheel, remove the bearing dust cover, remove the cotter pin, remove the castle nut, slide the hub off, take out the rear seal and bearing, knock out the races reinstall in reverse order. pack bearings and hub with good grease don't go cheap. oh it helps to remove the brake caliper for a first timer
First, pop off the small access panel below the front of the seat, so you have access to the exhaust bolts and remove both of them. Then, disconnect the last bolt from the muffler flange and remove the exhaust system. Make sure you don't lose the exhaust gasket. Put a large screwdriver in the spoke of the rear wheel, to hold it, and use a wrench to losen the nut. Slide the wheel off. When…
I am sure to remove the wheel bearing would first need to remove the half shaft. Remove the brakes, the brake line & emergency brake cable. Remove the 4 retaining nuts on brake backing plate. Remove rear axle half. Will lose a little oil. Probably need to drain differential oil and refill with new oil when job is completed. Will need a hydraulic press to remove and replace the bearing (machine shop). Reinstall half shaft…
Interstate/Aspencade, quote from my shop book.......... Bike On Center stand, remove the four left saddlebag mount bolts and 2 nuts. remove the reflex reflector from the rear fender, remove the left saddlebag and rear fender. remove the rear bumper by removing the four bolts and retainers. remove the axle nut and RIGHT shock absorber lower mount bolt. remove LEFT shock absorber lower mount bolt. Remove the axle pinch bolt. Raise the rear wheel with a…
Rear calibers or wheel cylinders are sticking. This is most often due to brake fluid that is contaminated with moisture. This moisture will cause internal parts to rust. Replace the rear calibers/wheel cylinders and replace the brake fluid with fresh fluid from an unopened can. It can also be a defective proportioning valve.
A vehicle has a disc drum brake system the rear wheels lock-up too quickly during hard brake application what is most likely the cause?
remove the rear brakes, then remove the brake line to cylinder. remove the bolt holding cylinder on. then pull out wheel cylinder. to install cylinder, position it in place, put bolt back in cylinder to hold it. hook back up the brake line then put the brake shoes back on. when done bleed the system if need be.
First take off the exhaust by removing the two exhaust nuts at the front of the engine, then remove the two rear nuts near the main part of the exhaust . Remove the plastic cap over the center nut on the rear wheel, then remove the nut and washer and slide or wiggle the rear wheel off the rear spline. Job done.