Question about 1990 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight
Posted by Anonymous on
Easiest would be to look at the right side wheel (assuming it's not been dismantled as yet) Take note of which spring goes where but also in which direction. ie if the long end of the spring is pointing to the front of the car on the RH side, then the same spring on the LH side of the car should also be pointing forward. The trick to shoe assembly is to put the springs on before you fit the shoes to the housing. Fit the first shoe to the parking brake cable, then fit it to the housing. Now attach the springs to the fitted shoe. Last connect the other shoe to the springs and pull the shoe into its seat.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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