On most drum brakes, there is a rubber plug located on the back of each drum. This keeps debri from getting into them. If you take the plugs out and insert a small flat head screw driver, you should feel on object in there. It is a star nut that controls the tension of the shoe pads. You need to release the tension by rotating the star nut in one direction (can't remember which way it is, sorry). If you reach a point where it stops and the drums still don't come off, you've gone the wrong way. To be sure, you can take a rubber mallet on gently bang on them to loosen them if they are rusted. After you do your work, reverse the turns to tighten the shoes back up but not too tight to where the drums don't turn. Don't forget to put the plugs back in or else you could get a bunch of debris in between the drums and the shoes.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1994 Plymouth Sundance. Remove the brake assembly spring. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brakes.
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I prefer to remove the tires to properly inspect my brakes whether for disc brakes or for drum brakes. It is not necessary though and you'll likely find most repair shops will do a brake inspection with the tires on unless they want to be able to show you the wear and remaining brake linings.
You have to remove them and inspect.You have to remove them and inspect.
the black thing what has P R D 2 1 onit it pulls off
My husband And I just changed the tank on our 89 Sundance. Make sure you remove srews from plastic cover piece inside fuel door. Undo the straps from tank. There are also a couple of bolts there to hold tank, close to the back from underneath. THen you have to slide tank over everything there. Not real hard to do.
I'm pretty sure that takes a 7mm Allen key.
Leaking or sticking wheel cylinder, or broken parts. Remove the rear drum and inspect the system.
how to remove back brakes on a 2002 Chevy surban
Remove the grease cap in the wheel center. Then remove the cotter pin, and finally the nut. The brake drum should slide off. Remove the grease cap in the wheel center. Then remove the cotter pin, and finally the nut. The brake drum should slide off.
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How do you remove the rear drum brakes on a 1998 ford escort
Remove wheel if disc brakes: Remove caliper mounting bolts and slide caliper out of the way. If drum brakes: remove brake drum Remove brake line Hub assembly should be secured by 4 bolts You may have to separate backing plate from hub assembly, by supporting backing plate and striking hub assembly sharply w/hammer
Yes. One (emer flasher) is on the terminal block under the dash to the left of the steering column and the other (turn signal) is above it to the right. Need to remove dash panel to access.
If you are new to doing drum brakes, then remove the drums on both rears and do one side while looking at the other side for reference.
Remove the original brakes and in stall it slowly.
To install electric brakes, first remove the wheel. Then remove the dust cap, nut, and washer; this will be the place where you install the electric brakes.
Use flare nut wrenches to remove. If you mean the hose to the caliper, remove the banjo bolt (why it's called that, I don't know) attaching it to the caliper, noting the arrangement of the sealing copper washers. After installing replacement, bleed brakes completely to remove air in the lines.
You need to remove the head to do this . Then compress the spring and remove the keepers
is it front or rear
Pull the hand brake and if it clicks more than 3 times the rear brakes are worn. The more clicks the more wear. If the master cylinder brake fluid is low they are worn. To see just how much they are worn you must remove the wheel and brake drum and inspect them.
You have to remove the fuel tank.You have to remove the fuel tank.
You will have to remove the head, inspect the gasket for breaks, check the head for flatness, and have a machine shop test the head.You will have to remove the head, inspect the gasket for breaks, check the head for flatness, and have a machine shop test the head.
Remove the wheel. Next, remove the springs and the retaining clips. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brakes.