Question about 1992 Mazda Protege
The drum won't fit back on the rear brakes after removing it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on 92 models they have no ajustment,they have automatic hydraulic lash adjustment.only time youll have problems is if oil level is low or camshaft is worned out!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
yep, this is what u do. i read that this controls hand break and you need to completely loosen that using hex (3mm) key. BUT, when u tighten it back up, u need to unscrew it about 1/8th, VERY important, or ur pads will be rubbing way too much against the rotor. I actually had to do about 1/2 the turn to make the wheel spin w/out too much pressure.
Posted on May 03, 2009
If the rear drums are seized you will need to tap on the sides with a hammer while rotating the drum, this will loosen the hardware inside and allow it to come off.
If it is the shoes that will not come off, you need to find the spring and retainer that hold them on and disconnect them.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Rear discs and callipers are much smaller. You are going to need the right stuff to do this or you will have too much effort to rear and they will lock up.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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