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Diagram adjuster rear brake shoe isuzu rodeo 2002


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on most of the cars us use a special spanner tool that resembles a bent screwdriver. you pull the plastic cap out from the back of the drum and then just turn the ajustment wheel till you feal it tighten up a litle. Remember to put the plastic cap back on. Also a old trick most people don't know about is put the car in reverse in a parking lot, and slam on the brakes. most cars have a auto ajustment that they never use.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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ok listen to me closely! There is an adjuster on ford aspires i cant remember if its the top or bottom but you will see the part im talking about. This piece sits directly between the brake shoes. This has been adjusted out and made longer which is normal with worn shoes! You need to twist the adjuster all the way in with new brake shoes. This part your gonna be looking for has a little round wheel on it with tiny little jaggers all the way around that wheel. It is made this way so that once it gets where its suppose to be it cant back off. Self adjusters is what you need to be looking for so if you cant find on your car google it "self adjusters for rear brake shoes" that will fix you right up, just remember run that little feller all the way in. Then that brake drum will slide right on there for ya

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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Not a solution per se but correction. 97 escort rear drum brakes do not use a STAR ADJUSTER. They use a "quadrant" adjuster attached to emergency brake cable I think. You'll see it coming out the back near top of backing plate. I don't think you can adjust them at all until drum is off. They are self adjusting once reinstalled.

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If this is for the rear here you go.

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The hand brake hardly ever needs ajusting. See your hand brake mechanincly spreads your rear brake shose inside the drum. Therefore just replace your rear shoes and make sure there ajusted right and you should have no more problems with that part of your car. PS make sure you put some 3M paste on the contact points on your backing plate to avoid a squeak in the near future.

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Rear brake shoes 2002 Isuzu Rodeo. My friend took both sides off and know wnats to put it back together. I have no diagrham

the rear brake shoes are very similar on most vehicles so any isuzu workshop manual will have diagrams and photos on the rear drum brakes
Tell your friend to leave the vehicle alone if he doesn't know what to do as it is your life he is messing with

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Problems with the brakes isuzu rodeo 2004? Here's how to bleed.If it still doesn't help,your rear wheel cylinder or cylinders could be leaking,to check ,remove rear drums and inspect cylinders for leaks,if leaking,check your shoes for spillage,you may need to replace brake shoes,can cause them to get hot and crack.Also inspect inside of drum for wear.

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Can not get rear drum off to replace brake shoes

look on the back side of the brake backing plate. there should be a little rubber plug, remove it, and use a screwdriver to back the adjuster off, and relieve the pressure on the brake shoes, and the drum will come right off.

Oct 23, 2011 | 1991 Isuzu Rodeo

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What is the procedure to adjust rear drum brakes on 07 rodeo 4wd No adjustment port Thanks Ken

You adjust the shoes & put drum on & turn it

When you just hear a slight sound, your as tight as you
need to be

Your doing the same thing as using the slot in the backing
plate,which I have never used in almost 50 years,too hard

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Parking brake cable stretched beyond adjustment how do you replace

Rear Brake Shoes- You'll need to know how to remove the rear brake shoes to remove the parking brake cable. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Amigo and Rodeo
  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the rear wheels.
  3. Remove the brake drums.
  4. Remove the brake return springs.
  5. Remove the leading shoe holding pin and spring, and then the leading shoe.
  6. Remove the self-adjuster and the adjuster lever.
  7. Remove the trailing shoe holding pin and spring.
  8. Disconnect the parking brake cable from the trailing shoe and remove the trailing shoe. Remove the parking brake lever from the trailing shoe. To install:
  9. Attach the parking brake lever to the trailing shoe.
  10. Connect the parking brake cable to the parking brake lever.
  11. Apply a thin coat of high temperature grease to the shoe contact points on the brake backing plate (locations A and C in the accompanying illustration), piston contact surface (B), and self-adjuster (D). Fig. 1: Exploded view of the rear drum brakes — Amigo and Rodeo 93026g56.gif

  12. Position the trailing shoe on the backing plate and install the hold-down pin, spring, and retainer. Don't stretch the return spring when fitting the shoes onto the backing plate.
  13. Connect the upper return spring and the leading shoe to the trailing shoe and position the leading brake shoe on the backing plate.
  14. Install the adjuster assembly and the hold-down pin, spring, and retainer.
  15. Use a brake spring tool to install the lower return spring.
  16. Install the self-adjuster lever and adjuster spring.
  17. Adjust the shoe-to-drum clearance to 0.0098–0.0157 in. (0.25–0.40mm) and install the brake drum.
  18. Check the brake drum for scoring or other wear. Machine or replace as necessary. Check the maximum brake drum diameter specification when machining.
  19. Install the rear wheels. Lower the vehicle.
  20. Road-test the vehicle.
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Aug 17, 2010 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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Rear brake drum removal

Remove the caliper and make sure the E-brake is off, the drum should fall off. If not, a couple whacks with a lead hammer will knock it loose. The rotor and drum are one. The brake shoes on the E-brake are never worn, they don't see much use when moving. they just lock the wheels. Hope this helps.

Jul 02, 2010 | 2002 Isuzu Rodeo

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I do not know how to remove the rear brake drums on my 1999 isuzu rodeo. Is there a set screw that holds these in place? What is the best way to remove the drum?

the first thing you need to do is back off the brake shoes which is done through a slot on the backing plate (you will need a brake adjustment tool) then some imports have 2 or 3 screws holding the drums on to the axle flange yours may not. you should be able to pull the drums off but they may need some persuasion with penetrating oil around the axle flange and a hammer tapping the drum free be careful not to hit to hard as these are made out of cast iron and break easily

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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.

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