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This is my 95 pathfinder that will not start. ... I just cut off. ...does any body know how many fuel lines a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder SE 4x4 has.
try bleeding your ABS block first, if that doesn not work could need a master or proportioning vavle. Some scan tools are capable of bleeding the ABS system on some vehicles, and some you have to bleed manually.
change the hardware , and also flush the system and put in all new brake fluid, , if you've replaced all of what you describe, thats your best bet, also,, at times emergency brake cables, look like they release but they actually don't,, be sure that this isn't causing you headaches !! Fords and jeeps are known for having a single brake that will stick or not release right away , normally a rear brake, a fluid change often helps
if they are disk brakes, they are not adjustable. if they are drums they should auto adjust. if they are not, then there is a problem that you have to pull the tire, then the drum, to diagnose it. you may have to disassemble the brake shoes and springs, and clean and lube the self adjusters
I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM I'VE BEEN DOING A LOT OF RESEARCH ON IT AND I THINK ITS GONNA BE THE BUSHINGS IN THE REAR KNUCKLE ASSEMBLY AND YOUR HAVE TO CHANGE THE WHOLE ASSEMBLY. I HAVEN'T TRIED IT YET BUT IF YOU CHECK BACK IN A COUPLE DAYS I WILL LET YOU KNOW
Outer drum goes over the studs (your bolts)
You have to loosen something else.
Bit more difficult. On my old Mazda this was loosening the bearing.
Beware of contamination and re-adjusting bearing play and right amount of torque to be applied. Once you get there replace the shoes if far gone brush all out, etc. and apply some grease to let pads travel. Bet is still the same. As first timer at least buy a manual with drawings or pics.