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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear brake drum
you need to remove wheel , caliper , disk , then the two pins that hold the shoes in,then springs this will allow access to the cilynder wich you can then clean and service.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
soak them with rust removing oil (WD 40) and hit them on the edges with a brass hammer until the rust bond breaks loose.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
hi.disconnect both sides of heated element on rear screen.connect a wire on one side and the other side maybe using a spade connector.connect one side to a 12v car battery same with the other.may get a slight spark.leave on and see if screen gets hot.better when mist is on screen to see working.if it doesmt demist more than likely screen needs replacing.try a electric meter connected on screen.should be lowish resistance.also try connecting a volt meter to the screen heater connections you taken off screen.one lead one side and same with other.set meter to volts normally 20v setting.put key in car switch one rear screen .voltage should read on meter.about 12v.if not switch may be faulty or heated screen relay.hope this helps
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
check power steering fluid level in the reservoir of the power steering pump,check condition and tension of pump drive belt.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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