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How do you replace brake shoes on a 1999 jeep cherokee?

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Either get yourself a manual or remove brakes one side at a time...That way you can use the opposite side as a reference. Even with a manual, its a good idea to do this.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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Rear drums smell like something is burning and are hot.


remove the drum and inspect you job. small shoe on front big shoe on back.brake lube on the backing plate.lose the adjuster and inspect,lube the adjuster, give more free play on your parking brake cable 3 click is the normal before lock the wheel. Inspect the master cylinder for overfeel, remove any fluid over the max level. inspect the fluid for contamination(burn smell or oily)flush the system. lift the Jeep and pump on the brakes,if the wheel is locking open the bleeder screw.if brake fluid is under pressure,replace the hoses.
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Oct 24, 2014 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4WD

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I have a 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4.0L 4WD. Recently I replaced the rear brakes (drums, shoes, hardware kit, automatic self adjusting kit) on both sides. The brakes worked fine for a little while (probably


what are the symptoms.? there are over 20. or so.
  1. leaking DOT 3/4 fluid. , at every inch of the way, in system.
  2. stopping distance increased.
  3. pulling (steering changes as you brake)
  4. locked up brakes, 1 or any of all 4.
  5. noise
  6. ABS OR traction control (stability) lamps glowing
  7. ABS failure. of any kind.
  8. DTC errors, from the scan tool related to brakes.
  9. no hard pedal,
  10. pedal drifts to the floor.
  11. spongy brakes.
  12. pedal play is wrong , or height.
  13. power assist part of brakes , inactive.
  14. DoT 3/4 fluid levels keep dropping.
  15. rusty brake lines
  16. brake hoses cracking.
  17. im sure there are more, ....

Oct 24, 2014 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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I need a diagram for the rear brake assembly


you mean the springs or shoes or the whole works? If you only took one side apart you can use the other side as a guide.

Dec 31, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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My e-brake failed inspection...mechanic looked at it and said the springs or shoes sound broken what is the cost of replacing shoes and springs and adjusting the e- brake im in dallas does anybody know a...


Hi!!

New shes and hardware kit for your vehicle cost about $40 (18 for shoes and 20 for kit) at PepBoys or AutoZone, turning drums is less than $20 at PepBoys. Labor is about $80. So you are looking at about $140 all toghether. Brake adjustment is part of installation,

I am in So. Cal. so I don't know a brake shop there, but if you have a PepBoys store near, it will be my pick.

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Apr 05, 2010 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee has leeking rear axle seals, having them replaced this week hopefully.. Should I continue to drive it or not?


Depends on how low the fluid level in the differential is. Likely the brakes are contaminated with gear lube as much as they are going to be so aside from being careful stopping, you should not have a problem, providing the distance driven isn't too far and the diff is full..

Dec 21, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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REAR BRAKE SHOE ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM


You can go to autozone.com and register for full free online repair manual that has the diagrams you need and everything else you could want.

Nov 18, 2009 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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'96 Jeep Grand Cherokee parking break doesn't work


check the rear brakes. Possible they are out of adjustment or worn shoes.

Nov 13, 2009 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Hi, When cornering I get a 'scrubbing noise' from the back end on my 2000 Jeep Grand cherokee 3.1td auto Ltd. Any ideas? regards John


change the differential gear oil, if problem persists inspect the rear brakes they may be in need of pad or brake shoe replacement.

Sep 18, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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BRAKE AIR LOSS


Likely your power booster is leaking vacuum. If so it needs to be replaced. Noise is under dash near where the brake pedal rod goes into the firewall?

Apr 02, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee 4WD

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99 Jeep GC brake lock.


You say they replaced basicly everything that involes the rear brakes.
Every step they took to find the problem could lead to the solution,BUT did they check the inboard brakes. The brake system on a jeep that has rear rotors have inboard shoes for the parking brake.
You could have a parking brake cable that is frozen (this will cause a drag on the inboard brakes. Do you use the parking brake? Maybe the parking brake shoes are adjusted too tight?

Feb 09, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Cherokee

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