Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
1 Remove the wheel assembly and the brake drum with a socket wrench. Disconnect the adjuster spring.
2 Spread the brake shoes apart with tool J 38400 and pull the brake shoe adjuster assembly and lever from the brake shoe. Pull the universal spring gently from the web hole of the brake shoe with the hook end of tool J 38400.
3 Disconnect the brake shoe while holding the universal spring. Release the retaining clip for the parking brake lever and detach the parking brake lever.
4 Install the new brake shoes by reversing the removal procedure. You will need to pull the universal spring out with the hook end of tool J 36400 while installing the new rear brake shoe. Make sure the universal spring properly engages the web hole of the brake shoe.
5 Road test the vehicle to ensure proper parking brake operation.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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