Question about Ford Thunderbird
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Take off the tire, remove the press nuts on the studs, gently pull. If that doesn't work, remove the rubber plug and release the auto-adjustment with a flat-tip screwdriver. Remove the springs (top first, then bottom..and remember the order you removed them...a pair of vise grips will help with this.)...also don't screw them up, because a brake hardware kit for thunderbirds is hard to come by these days.
reverse the order when you're ready to put it back together.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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