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How do you remove the drum to replace rear pads on 2001 Honda CR-V?


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2011-09-13 06:21:46
2011-09-13 06:21:46
How to Remove the DrumI've worked on Accords/Civics with rear drums....the drum should just pull off (with parking brake off).

If it is stuck there is a special puller (that's what the two threaded holes are there for)

Even better than buying the tool, just find two bolts that match the threads and jiggle the drum off....its alot cheaper!

  • I just replaced my brake pads and found the following that there is a large Phillips head screw that holds the drum in place. -- Just unscrew this screw and hit the drum a couple of times in case it doesn't come off easily.

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First, determine if they are disc or drum. If drum, remove the drum and replace the shoes. If they are disc, remove the caliper (and disc if necessary) replace the shoes and reassemble.

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Remove tire, remove brake drum, remove brake assembly housing, remove 4 bolts from back of hub assembly, gently tap to remove hub/bearing assembly.

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They are inside the drum part of the rear disc brakes. Remove the rotor and you will see the shoes.

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Remove wheel remove and discard lock washers on wheel studs if any Remove drum May have to "hit" with a hammer on one side while exerting pulling pressure on the opposite side to loosen

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 the tire and hammer on the front of the drum until it comes loose. 99% of the time, rust is holding it on super tight.

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

YOU would actually have to remove the brake drum and measure them ,the width of the shoe then measure across the diameter of the drum .

how do you remove the drum the wheels are off

no, but having a vacuum leak at the power booster will. IF so, you will have to replace the booster.

should just pull off if parking brake not engaged

China Drum ended in 2001.

because this type of motor cycle can not stand d sudden full brakes at once

Light coating of grease on the axle flange before reinstalling, or create a wax paper gasket and put in before installing drum.

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Rear Drum Brake Removal / 99 Honda Civic LXRemoving the drum on an LX is totally different from the SE. An axle nut holds the drum on. To remove this nut, get a flat head screwdriver and a hammer. Pry off the gold hubcover in the the center of the lugstuds. This will reveal a gold axle nut. Use the flat head screwdriver to remove the crimp on the nut so you can turn it. The nut is very large so be prepared with an 1" to an 1" 1/2 socket for removal. Once it's removed, it's smooth sailing.

The old lug must be driven, or pressed out and the new one pressed in. Remove the brake drum or rotor is so equipped, and take it to a machine shop, unless you feel comfortable doing this repair.

The studs are attached to the drum so the easiest thing to do is remove the drum from the axle. Pop of the grease cap, remove the cotter pin and take off the crown nut. The drum should pull of the axle now

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