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How to remove rear brake drum on 2005 chevy silverado

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    trying to get the rear brake dust cover off

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Depending on how wore down shoes are or self adjuster has pushed shoes out, you should be able to hit the face of drum with a hammer several tiems and it break loose to be removed.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: I am trying to put the rear drum brakes together

yes a napa or comp tool store sells a slide tool. The tool spreads and holds spring for u. U can use vice grips screw drivers etc. but have a buddy around to help and wear safty glasses.

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: i need a diagram of rear drum brake assembly of a

Haynes manual should have a breakdown. They run about $20 at the parts store.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I need 2005 chevy silverado brake drum assembly

do you have both sides apart? If not take the other side off and copy it. If you have both sides off try autozone.com click repair manuels

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 chevrolet silverado crew cab with rear drum

usually this is caused by moisture rust build up in the drum since they dont breath well. do you not drive alot or is it wet there? best chance at a remedy is to periodicly remove drum and spray out w solvent. a film of grease on the axle flange and the drum hub helps too. make sure whell cylinder is not seizing or e-brake sticking causing them to drag,heat up, and bake the lining which will make them sing a high pich tune

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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SOURCE: ABS light keeps coming on after replacing the rear brakes

make sure abs sensor not broken or damaged, also double check fluid level ? may need to get it scanned for codes to tell you fast whats the problem?

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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I have a 2005 chevy silverado with drum rear brakes and it seems like i'm only useing my front brakes even though i adjust them it seems like they won't stay to wear i feel it in the brake pedal.....also...


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I need a diagram of rear drum brake assembly of a 2005 chevy silverado c 1500


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I am trying to put the rear drum brakes together on a 2005 chevy silverado and can not get the steel brace to connect back together. Is there a special tool or trick to this?


yes a napa or comp tool store sells a slide tool. The tool spreads and holds spring for u. U can use vice grips screw drivers etc. but have a buddy around to help and wear safty glasses.

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The rear drum style brakes can be adjusted by removing the rubber plug on the back of the plate, and using a brake tool or flathead you can turn the "star wheel" adjuster to move the shoes closer or further from the drum.

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