How do you change rear brake drum on a 2004 Chevy Venture?
On The rear if you have drums
first you have to take the wheels off of the van,and then you have to take the tension off of the brake shoes. Next you will be able to remove the rear brake drums off of the vehicle.You may have to tap them with a hammer to break them free.
Pads or shoes worn beyond usable. Replace pads and rotors or shoes and drums as needed.
Pads on front. Drums on the rear.
No, the drums can be cleaned with brake cleaner.No, the drums can be cleaned with brake cleaner.
Depends on the vehicle and grade of drum you want to buy.
The front have pads, and the back have drums. If you are needing to replace them, they cost around 60. What is it you needed to know?
Remove the wheel and tap the drums at back with a 'deadblow' hammer, rotating the drum as you do this. The brake shoes tend to hold drums on.
Check that the hand brake is not applied. Check the conditions of your brakes like the drums check if there any grooves or are hot to the touch. If you feel any grooves replaces brakes and lathe the drums or replace the drums aswell.
1971-72 Chevy C10 rear brake drums have a 5+4.75" bolt pattern with a 11" by 2" brake shoes.
Rebuild the rear drums. Or maybe yank on the cable under the body.