Question about 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe
Take the 2 scews (torx head) out and pull the light rearward, sometimes you may have to take your hand and "BOP" the sid, towards the body of the car to knock it loose. After that the socket needs to turn left and then the bulb will pull straight out.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 97 tahoe brakes
Raise the Tahoe's rear end on jack stands. Block the front wheels and remove both of the rear wheels. Release the parking brake. Remove the brake drum, cutting off the pressed metal washers with a strong cutting tool.
If the drum won't come off because the drum shoes have worn into the drum, retract the shoes by removing the access plug from the backing plate. Push the lever off the adjuster star wheel with a small screwdriver and turn the star wheel with another screwdriver.
Clean off the entire assembly with break cleaner, using a drain pan to catch the residue. Never blow away brake dust with compressed air. Detach the spring from the adjuster level from within the drum by gripping it Detach the spring from the adjuster level from within the drum by gripping it shoe. Remove the trailing shoe and adjuster lever. Remove the adjuster screw assembly. Pull away the retractor spring and remove the leading shoe. Disconnect the trailing shoe from the parking brake lever.
Clean off the backing plate and lightly lubricate its shoe contact areas with high-temperature grease. Clean the adjuster screw assembly and lubricate the threads and socket end. Inspect the condition of the drum itself. If there are any cracks, score marks, deep scratches or discolored areas that can't be removed with an Emory cloth, have the drum resurfaced at an automotive machine shop.
Attach the new trailing shoe to the parking brake lever, position it on the backing plate and install the retractor spring's end into its hole. Re-install the adjuster screw assembly, making sure it engages with the leading shoe. Lubricate and install the adjuster level on the trailing shoe.
Place the trailing shoe on the backing plate, making sure it properly engages with the adjuster screw assembly, and insert the retractor spring into its hole within the trailing shoe. Place the actuator spring within its hole in the leading shoe, stretch the spring and connect it to the adjuster level.
Install the drum back on the Tahoe. Turn the adjuster screw's star wheel until the drum slips over the shoes without rubbing them. Reconnect the wheels once the brakes are changed on both sides and lower the vehicle.
Good luck and go for a test drive. If you could find a empty parking lot, go in reveres and do a full brake application a 7 to 10 times. This will self adjust the brakes to ensure that both side's are adjusted the same.
Posted on May 29, 2009
I Do Believe that the Light Assembly Comes OUT Via TORX Screws and The Lights are On a Curciut Panel that is then Removed to Gain Access to Bulbe
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
How often varies on a number of factors. Such as the wear rating on the pads that you have installed, the driving conditions etc.
I'd say the Average for city Driving can be as low as every 15-25,000 miles to as high as 50,000 miles with minimal use situations like mainly highway driving.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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