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How to change a wheel cylender on the rear driversid e

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Raise rear of vechicle support it on jack stands.block front wheels.remove wheel -brake drum-then brake shoes.use flare nut wrench to remove brake line from wheel cylinder.then remove wheel cylinder mounting bolts .then remove wheel cylinder.put new wheel cylinder in .do every thing visa versa bleed brakes when done.

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