Question about Peugeot Cars & Trucks
There is a screw that holds the drum on the hub but if you are missing them , it is not essential as the wheel when fitted holds the drums in place
the dealer will know what screws are used or go to the junkyard /wreckers and get some
Posted on May 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Flare nut wrench size?
try metric size. a flare wrench is an closed end wrench with a little **** in big enough to to slide over the line and then around the bolt its grabs mor of the bolt than a regular wrench
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Yes. and than the drum will come off. You will find that it will not move at first so take a hammer and tap, not slam, around the edge of the drum to brake the rust. It you have difficulty removing the 2 screws don't strip the heads. Take your screw driver and put it in the slot than tip it at an angle and hit the end with a hammer to apply force sideways to the screw. This will, in most cases, brake the rust and permit the screw to turn.
Posted on May 07, 2009
you need to pull the cover off the rear diff. remove the rear brake drums or rotors, remove the bolt that holds the pin in the rear end, remove the pin, remoce the c clips, pull the axles out. remove the seal. you can do this by using one ofthe axles to pry the seal out. install the new seal and reassemble. use rtv sealant to reseal rear diff and fill with about 3 - 3 1/2 qts gear lube-may take synthetic
Posted on May 25, 2009
SOURCE: Rear brake drums won't come off
Try penetrating oil around center hole and 8mm holes if rust is present. Then, pound hard on the radius edge between face of drum and top/bottom braking surface.
If no luck, you might need to back off the shoe adjustment rod located behind an oblong hole on the bottom of the backing plate.
Youll see small teeth if you view through the oblong hole(might have a rubber plug in it)
Put a screwdriver in the hole and try to ratchet the teeth in one direction or another (it will only go in one direction) once you see which way it moves, usually with a corresponding "click", Stop........you need to turn it the other way.
To do this, you must take a small thin screwdriver or ice pick and poke it in past the small toothed gear until it hits a surface. Put more pressure and you should feel it move.
This is the ratcheting arm that kept you from moving the gear in the other direction.
Now you should be able to turn the toothed wheel in the opposite direction to loosen the brake shoes from the braking surface of the drum.
The 8mm bolt holes are there to help pull the drum, but, if the shoes have worn into the drum a lot, it leaves an edge on the inner edge of the drum which wont let the drum slide past the shoes, which is why you need to back off the adjustment rod to pull the shoes away from the drum to allow it to be removed.
If all else fails, the shoes are held against the backing plate by two pins, held in place by small coil springs and keeper plates.
If you look at the backing plate, you should see two small circular discs at the roughly 3 oclock and 9 oclock positions. These are the heads of the keeper pins which hold the shoes on to the backing plate. Take a small and preferably sharp chisel, and shear these small discs off the backing plate. Now, you should be able to pry off the drum and survey the damage. You will need to replace these parts. Ask your parts dealer for a "spring kit" for the rear drum brakes of your particular vehicle.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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