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SOURCE: how to change the brake pads in the 2006 ford transit van?

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If you can't get emergency backed off to allow for movement, then you'll have to get small pointed object (screwdriver or whatever) in adjustment hole to lift lever holding adjuster wheel, then back off adjuster wheel at same time until free. If it's emergency cables seized at backing plate area, try spraying where cable goes into sleeve with penetrating spray, and rap sleeves of cables going into backing plate with a stick, or screwdriver handle and it may help them retract enough to loosen up shoes in drum. Good Luck.

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Brake and clutch fluid use the same DOT 3 synthetic brake fluid.

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you should be able to this with both eyes shut and one hand tied behind your back.Great van a transit

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warning light sensor faulty sensor or connection.

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