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Lincoln town car 1993 rear brake line diagram


The rear brake line should run down the left frame rail from the master cylinder to the rear of the car. It will terminate to a bulkhead reverse flare fitting into a rubber hose above the center of the axel differential cover, a tee fitting will tee the lines to each rear wheel backing plate, reverse flare fitting for wheel cylinder. If brake fluid is present (droplets) at brake drums, Replace the wheel cylinders.

Aug 13, 2017 | Lincoln Cars & Trucks

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Noise during braking


I read some comments about the rear brakes. Some of the base models have drums on the rear and they have a tricky brake expander on the top. Also some drums come with bearings installed and some do not. Last, the shoes may have a thick and thin shoe on each axle side. This may be because the Emergency brake needs thicker shoes. Old time front shoes had a long and short shoe with I believe the long shoe rearward.

As some people had trouble obtaining the correct set of shoes, finding the adjusters and returning them to zero; it is possible that the Emergency brake reel needs to be released to let the E brake cable to return to its fullest length. This would let the rear shoes have the most room for adjustment and retract them.

Many speak of 2 hours minimum for this project. With bearings needing to be installed in cheaper drums and more than 1 brake shoe called for, this may be a fitting project for a Professional.

Aug 20, 2014 | 2001 Ford Focus

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How to adjust rear shoes with drums


You are right to think they are self adjust under normal circumstances. You seem to have a good knowledge of how they work etc so I'm going to suggest you retrace your steps and make sure the self adjust mech in the brake is correctly set. You should not need to alter the E brake cables, make sure the E brake is fully OFF when you set the shoes. You are on the right lines so just retrace your steps. You should be able to fit the drums and set the shoes with a couple of pumps of the pedal and a couple of pulls / presses of the E brake.
If you are having trouble fitting the drums get an abrasive flapper wheel on an electric drill and remove the rusty shoulder that builds up on the drum edge. This may be where your excess clearance is coming from because you can't get the drum passed the shoes easily.
You say the E brake no longer works, has a cable become detached from 1 drum?

Jun 29, 2014 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

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Picture for rear brakes shoes


Don't have a pic but Chilton manuals are a good source of pics I take it when you pulled drums everything was chewed up for about $15 you can get a Chiltons manual very handy I have been in the business for 18 years and still pull a Chiltons manual out sometimes for torque specs or other specs worth the money

Jun 02, 2014 | 2005 Ford Escape

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I am replacing right rear wheel assembly (pads not drums) on 2004 pacifica. I have removed everthing but don't no how to loosen the brake cable from rear knuckle. instructions great pics better?


I generally use a pair of side cuts to loosen tension on the spring and it will come out of the socket. If it doesn't NEED to come off, leave it. Sometimes it can stay attached with little to no problems.

Apr 14, 2013 | Chrysler Pacifica Cars & Trucks

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How to bleed rear brakes on 1985 buick regal?


first -- make sure that you have brake fluid in the reservoir,, and on the back of the brake drums you will see where the brake lines enter the drum itself,, near there you will see a little ' zerk ' fitting -- to this fitting you should place a clear hose over this fitting and run it into a catch bottle,, now with the help of a buddy ( or wife ) -- have them sit in the car and get ready,, now you need to take a small wrench and turn ( counter clockwise ) the zerk fitting ( just a little ) --- while it is open have your helper step on the brake pedal AND HOLD DOWN to the floor,, at this point you need to close the zerk fitting --- have them release the pedal,, open the zerk again and have them press and hold the pedal again,, close the zerk and release the pedal,, do this 3 to 4 times until NO air bubbles can be seen through the clear hose --- also check and refill the reservoir to make sure you don't run it dry.
repeat this process on the other side. after both brakes have been done, check the brake pedal,, when you push down it should get hard ( stiffer ) ( pump a few times ) --- if it goes to the floor then you still have air in the system and need to repeat the bleeding process.

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Dec 31, 2010 | 1985 Buick Regal

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Back brake drums grinding


Take tires off then inspect rear brake shoes if okay and not down to the metal service the drums with sand paper and put them back on you might have to replace the drums and shoes!

Dec 24, 2009 | 1993 Ford Escort 4 Door

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How do i change the brake cylinders on the back drums? its leaking braking fluid and what should i se to re-seal the usnroof


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You can buy complete rear brake cylinders, and while you have everything apart to change them, you probaby need to replace the drum brake pads, if they have fluid on them. use a line wrench to undo the brake line on the back of the cylinder to avoid rounding off the fitting.

Dec 03, 2009 | 1986 Renault Sport

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I need a diagram for the rear drum brake for 2002 Ford Ranger


Copy and paste this into your search window: 2002 ford ranger rear brake diagram

You should see four pictures pop up, select the brake parts diagram or the brake picture.

Sep 03, 2009 | 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab

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2000 Ford Focus parking brake sets but will not keep the car from rolling.


remove rear brake drums ,slacken handbrake cable then clean lip out on drum with a small angle grinder then manually adjust brakes,never seen an automatic adjuster work properly in forty years of fitting ,bring back manual adjusters i say

Jun 09, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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