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Adjust rear brakes Hiace van

I dont have a manual, looking for tips to adjust rear brakes on a '91 Hiace, RZH103R

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Usually this vehicle is equipped with rear drum brakes with auto adjuster. thy backing up about 30 kph and step on the brakes hard. do this 2 or 3 times this should adjust the brakes.

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