Question about 1993 Nissan Pickup
Need a LOT more info. Model,4wd?,disc or drum.
You will need special tools to make it a lot easier.
Whats wrong with the rear brakes?
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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my friend you are opening a can of worms
remenber that the shafts and rear end are where everything goes and also the emergency brakes are... I would think twice before proceeding ( But what do I know)
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Inspect the brake rotors for grooving and score marks and also look to see if there are any heat cracks, if there is grooving or very little brake pad material remaining replace the brake pads and also two new rotors, it is also possible that it is just a frozen or stuck brake caliper, this would be indicated by an uneven rotor one that has more metal or meat on one side that the other also uneven brake pads indicates an uneven brake caliper application
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Removing the rear brake drums vary little from one vehicle to the next.First,loosen the lugs on the rear wheels,release the hand brake, block the front wheels,jack up the rear and use jackstands.Then remove the rear wheels.Looking at the drum after the wheels have been removed, you will notice two threaded holes one on each side of the axle flange.Give the brake drum a smart rap or two with a plastic mallet or piece of wood and spray the flange w/ WD 40 or brake parts cleaner.Obtain a bolt with the exact size and thread to fit the hole. I found it useful to "borrow" such bolt from around the work area-My favorite is the one fastening a cable or a hoseclamp to the differential.If that don't fit, look around under the hood:there's one there you can use.Thread the bolt into the hole alternating from one hole to the other.The bolt pushes the drum against a flange inside and removes the drum.After work, adjust the star wheel brake adjuster so that the drum turns with hand push with a little drag.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
You can pick up the bulbs pretty cheap, but make sure you have a lot of time to replace all of the bulbs. You have to almost remove the dash to install all of them. (you can easily do this in one afternoon if you have never done it before)
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
mcdevito75 here, Look directly in the back of the light, if the carpet is in the way move it, you should see plastic wing nuts, remove those wing nuts and the whole assembly should come out to change the bulbs. Reverse the procedure to re install. Also Check outside on the RED lens for amy screws.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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