Brake drums can be hard to remove. First, make sure you have your brake shoes adjusted all the way in. If you have a pneumatic hammer, use it between the studs until it loosens, then pull and tap on the side of the drum to get it the rest of the way. If you don't have one, use a big hammer and whack it between the studs, being very careful to not hit the studs.
With all drums make sure the shoes are backed off. A hammer may need to be used to tap the drum free if heavy rust is preventing ease of removal.
>> 2500 - 3500 Series: If you have a full-floating rear axle (such as on a GM 14-bolt rear) You will need to pull the axle shafts, remove a retaining clip (some use metal tabs you bend out of the way), and lockring keeper. To remove the lockring you should use a special 6-pronged socket to remove the lockring (you'll need one to properly torque it during reassembly). Carefully pull the drum off. Reassembly will require a new bearing seal,and hub gasket, and gear oil.
Torque numbers can be found in automotive repair manuals found in your local autoparts store.
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Remove the tires and wheels. Remove the brake pads and hardware. The brake drums will slide off. Reverse the process to install the new brake drums.
Remove the wneels then the drum retainer that holds the drum on while it is on the assy line. Then pull the drums off. If the shoes have worn into the drums you have to retract the shoes to let the drums come off. If they are sticking on the center, sometimes heat is required to get them loose.
how do you remove thekeeper that holds booster rod on brake pedal
yes they will. in addition to the larger 10 inch drums (should have cooling fins on the exterior of the drums) you will need a set of 10 inch brake shoes.
To change the brake lights on a 1997 Volkswagen Polo first locate the brake light housings in the trunk. Remove the plastic covers and unlock the bulbs. Remove the bulbs and install the new brake lights.
remve the tail light they are on the back side.
be more specific the break sensor?parking break light?
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.
try penetrating oil and wack the axle solid and square right in the center a torch on the drum but not the axle will work to but it usually ruins the shoes
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
Remove master cylinder-hopefully there is enough room not to have to disconnect brake lines Remove Brake pedal linkage at brake pedal Remove vacuum line Unbolt and twist vacuum booster to remove
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1997 Toyota. Remove the brake spring and the brake caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install your new brake pads.
Lift the car, remove the tire, remove the brake shoe/calipers, and remove the brake pads. Next, put in new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/calipers, replace the tire and lower the car to the ground.
There is no anti theft on a 1997 Chevy Silverado.
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, remove brake caliper. Rotor is now free.
Yes it will.
The fuel filter on the 1997 Silverado is located inside of the fuel tank.
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Remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Mitsubishi Montero. Remove the brake shoe assembly. Tap on the rotors to loosen them. The rotors will slide off. Reverse the process to install your new rotors.
The brake lights are located in the trunk of a 1997 Acura Integra. To replace them open the trunk and find the plastic housing. Remove and replace the bulbs.
e Remove the cover of the master brake cylinder - which is under the engine hood and directly in the line of the brake pedal area.