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How to replace rear brake shoes on a 1994 Jeep Cherokee Sport?

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2007-08-22 23:10:39
2007-08-22 23:10:39

You can see on this picture what they look like inside, if they are the dum in the back, like my '95 Wrangler was. They go in the same way the come off, just make sure the spring is put back on. I am not sure exactly how they go in, but hopefully these image will help you figure it out. http://www.myjeepwrangler.com/brakes4.php

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