How do you remove the rear brakes on a 2002 Saturn SL2?
Yes, of course you can adjust the rear drum brakes. They should be self adjusting. Every time you back up and apply the brakes they should adjust themselves. If that is not working, look for a small rubber plug on the back of the backing plate. Remove that plug and with a brake adjustment tool, you can adjust the brakes. Search Google for the proper procedure to adjust drum brakes.
no , if you remove the rear hub there will be four 13 mm bolts holding the retaining plate in place , remove these bolts and the rear axle will slide out , if the rear brakes will not release fully you can remove the nuts from the rear and pull hub and all at one go though be very careful if this manner is attemted
I just replaced the rear brakes on our 02 explorer. If you have 4 wheel disc than the rear "hubs" are rotor hubs and once you remove the callipers you may have to back off on the emergency brake pads by turning the self adjuster. By the way you shouldn't have the e-brake on at all or you can not remove the rear rotor-hubs.
Gotta remove the whole rear cover which entails removing all the plastic from around the rear windows that meets up with the cover. Lower the seats as there are two plastic punch screws that hold it in place. You will slide it out and remove the speakers from the top side. Kind of a pain in the tail.
my 2002 never has ...I know there is a "height sensor-proportioning valve" located above the rear axle which should prevent the rear brakes from locking... when you brake the weight of your Tracker goes forward and the rear actually lifts... this device lessens the pressure to the rear brakes momentarily so they don't lock...
# Raise and support truck on jackstands and remove tire # Remove the brake caliper.After removing the caliper bolts suspend the caliper out of the way with a piece of wire.On front disc brakes remove the 2 caliper mounting bracket to steering knuckle bolts and detach the mounting bracket.On rear disc brakes the rotor can be removed after the caliper has been removed
Camry does not have rear disk brakes. It rear drum brakes. So you don't have to replace rotors. It's most likely that you don't need to replace drums too, but it might happen. To replace rear brake shoes you have to remove rear wheels. Remove the drums which might be not easy. You need to remove the springs holding rear brakes together. After that you have to remove four pins holding the shoes (one pin…