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Where can you get detailed instructions to replace the rear brake shoes on a 1990 Honda Civic hatchback?

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2012-05-17 13:43:31
2012-05-17 13:43:31

The best suggestion that I have would be the haynes manual for the car. It shows pretty well what parts you will have to take apart, and put back together, and how to do it. There will also be some instructions with the parts when you get them. Other than that, you could try autolit.com, they seem to have a pretty good set of manuals.

Later edit: Sadly there is NO Haynes manual for this age range of Honda Civics. For some bizarre reason, they did not publish one...

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