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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yepper! lol i have owed 5 of this geneation and both the s-10 and blazer are identical in the dash, engin and drive train
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
SOURCE: i have a 1985 toyota
Rear wheel cylinder by that are often bind up from corrosion.
But by turning the adjusters down, through the port in the back of the backing plate, you should be able to get the drum off. Then you loose then brake line, remove the shoes, take the cylinder retaining bolt out, and the cylinder should come right out.
When you install the new one, fill it with brake fluid first, and there will be less air to bleed out.
If you want to be cheap, you can probably leave the old cylinder in, take it apart where it sits, hone it out, and put in new rubber seals, use a lot of brake grease, and you can do it for about $10.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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