Take it to a machanic....trust me....it's not worth doing it yourself....they are very difficult to do....because of the small springs they use for the rear shoes....plus....the rear shoes have to go on a certain way and you have to distinguish which is the top shoe and which is the bottom, cause if you put them on the wrong way, you could end up damaging the shoes you just put on....plus.....if you still want to do it yourself...you have to take into account the rear drums...which will have to be recut...you just don't change rear shoes and not worry about the drums.....which you will have to take to a mechanic shop to have to recut them....so if you have to go and do that, then you might as well take the car to a mechanic and have them do it right...for if they screw up the back brakes...you can at complain at them for the mistakes they make and not yourself. But find yourself a good mechanic and you wont have to worry about if he or she is doing a good job or not. Getting a mechanic to do the rear brakes isn't all that costly...they run about 50-70 dollars....depending on what is needed, that's including labor.
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1993 GMC. Remove the brake spring and the brake caliper. The brake shoes will come off. Reverse the process to install your new brake shoes.
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An excellent manuael for installing the brake shoes is the Haynes repair manuel for the 1984-1993 Ford Tempo/Topaz. They show a step by step procedure with lots of photographs
The rear brake pads on your 1993 Ford Escort can be changed by removing the brake pad Springs and break caliper. The brake pads will come off. Reverse the process to install the new brake pads.
remove brake lines, remove bolts on the bracket that holds the cylinder to the brake booster then its free. Some cases you will have to pry open the brake shoes.
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It is a TH125C(3T40) 3 speed.
they had to use ropes
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1993 Chevy Lumina. Remove the brake assembly spring and the brake caliper. The brake assembly will come off. Tap on the rotor with a hammer or mallet. The rotor will slide off. Reverse the process to change the new rotor and brakes.
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A 1993 Chevy Corsica can only reach 111 MPH before the factory governor will be applied....this is with the 2.2 Liter engine
in the trunk
If you have to ask how to perform this very simple, basic task, take it back to the Chevy dealer and let Mr. Goodwrench do it.
If you mean to push them back in as when installing new brake shoes, they have to be screwed in. There is a special tools available, but in a pinch a pair of channel locks can be used.
I believe there is one on the driver side buy the brake pedal.And one under the hood.I used to own a 1993 a long time ago a Beretta and a corsica. The one on driver side is a panel on the side of the dash just as you enter the car. It's held closed by velcro.
there is no distributor. it uses coil packs and control modules
The 92-96 Beretta/Corsica brake master cylinder is best removed with the ABS pumps and reservoir still attached. First, disconnect the 4 brake lines going to the top of the unit using a flare wrench. Now remove the 2 bolts securing the brake master cylinder to the brake booster. The whole assembly will come right out. Easy!
Here check out this link http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/14/98/61/0900823d80149861/repairInfoPages.htm It offers a step by step on how to do it
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Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1993 Chevy Corsica battery. Remove the cables on the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
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