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I need to change a backing plate on my 2000 buick century on the rear. How do i do that

backing plate ??? For the brakes ? This video is for trail blazer , envoy ! All vehicles are pretty much the same , need speical tools !

1AAuto com PART 1 Replace Rusted Rear Brake Backing Plates Trailblazer...

Apr 03, 2017 | 2000 Buick Century

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Do I need to remove hub to replace my backing plates?

Yes the hubs need to come off
heat the bolts and let them cool down and try to remove them if they break drill them out

May 17, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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1998 rear brakes make a noise when backing

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Nov 08, 2015 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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How to Repair rear halshaft seal leaking onto brakes on 1998 mitsubishi l200

You will need to remove the complete wheel/brake assembly and possibly the backing plate to replace the seal on the shaft which is located outboard of the bearing. The seal is circular and pressed into a housing bolted to the backing plate. There are also gaskets at the backing plate (usually both sides) that will need to be replaced. A proper repair kit will contain everything necessary. If brake parts have been saturated in lubricant, THEY MUST BE REPLACED (brake shoes or disc pads). Consult a manual specific for your vehicle for the steps and tools you will need. Clean all parts with brake cleaner before reassembly and wear gloves.

Oct 03, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Rear end truck differential

takes parts , labor and skills. and takes and FSM if smart.

read it.

if the whole rear axle , member and all parts swapped.

body on jack stands,

you unbolt it, (look at it, see those connective parts, bingo)

then bolt it back in

and bleed brakes (yes put in new brakes too)

and drain and fill the new axle, with GL4 lube.(look up spec)

all the itty bitty steps are in the FSM, why not look.

i log in , and see replace page i paste it , below, you can log in too.

  1. Raise the vehicle and support it at the frame.


    The hoist must remain under the rear axle housing.

  2. Remove the rear wheels and brake calipers or drums.

  3. Disconnect the sensor connector (4X2 ABS or RWAL) (14) or sensor connector (4X4 ABS).


    Exploded view of rear axle assembly

  4. Remove the shock absorber nuts and washers.

  5. Remove the shock absorbers from the anchor plates.

  6. Remove the bolts from the pinion flange.

    • Mark the driveshaft and the pinion flange.

    • Support the driveshaft out of the way.

  7. Disconnect the brake lines at the axle housing.

  8. Disconnect the brake lines at the backing plates.

  9. Remove the nuts and washer.

  10. Remove the U-bolts and anchor plates.

  11. Disconnect the harness connector from speed sensor.

  12. Move the axle from above the springs.

  13. Lower the axle from the vehicle using the hoist.

Dec 28, 2013 | Honda Passport Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2005 1500 Z71 4x4 and I can't get the passanger rear brake drum off...Is there something special about getting the drum to come off? It started leaking fluid this morning and thus I have no...

the fluid is brake fluid frond the wheel cylinder...the reason why u cant get the drum off is either a rust lip on the drum or the rear brake shoes have ground into the brake drum...u need to adjust the self adjusting star wheel inward to loosen the rear shoes allowing the drum to be removed...on the back side of the drum is what is called a backing plate there will be a oval hole with a rubber plug in it remove it an use a brake spoon to de adjust the rear shoes by turning the brake spoon up ..if u dont have the oval hole u will need to cut it out of the backing plate there may be 2 oval stamps in the backing plate, cut out the one that is on the right when u r looking at the backing plate

Jul 15, 2011 | 2005 GMC Sierra

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Parking brake cable stretched beyond adjustment how do you replace

Rear Brake Shoes- You'll need to know how to remove the rear brake shoes to remove the parking brake cable. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Amigo and Rodeo
  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the rear wheels.
  3. Remove the brake drums.
  4. Remove the brake return springs.
  5. Remove the leading shoe holding pin and spring, and then the leading shoe.
  6. Remove the self-adjuster and the adjuster lever.
  7. Remove the trailing shoe holding pin and spring.
  8. Disconnect the parking brake cable from the trailing shoe and remove the trailing shoe. Remove the parking brake lever from the trailing shoe. To install:
  9. Attach the parking brake lever to the trailing shoe.
  10. Connect the parking brake cable to the parking brake lever.
  11. Apply a thin coat of high temperature grease to the shoe contact points on the brake backing plate (locations A and C in the accompanying illustration), piston contact surface (B), and self-adjuster (D). Fig. 1: Exploded view of the rear drum brakes — Amigo and Rodeo 93026g56.gif

  12. Position the trailing shoe on the backing plate and install the hold-down pin, spring, and retainer. Don't stretch the return spring when fitting the shoes onto the backing plate.
  13. Connect the upper return spring and the leading shoe to the trailing shoe and position the leading brake shoe on the backing plate.
  14. Install the adjuster assembly and the hold-down pin, spring, and retainer.
  15. Use a brake spring tool to install the lower return spring.
  16. Install the self-adjuster lever and adjuster spring.
  17. Adjust the shoe-to-drum clearance to 0.0098–0.0157 in. (0.25–0.40mm) and install the brake drum.
  18. Check the brake drum for scoring or other wear. Machine or replace as necessary. Check the maximum brake drum diameter specification when machining.
  19. Install the rear wheels. Lower the vehicle.
  20. Road-test the vehicle.
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Aug 17, 2010 | 1997 Isuzu Rodeo

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Replace rear brakes adjust handbrake

The hand brake hardly ever needs ajusting. See your hand brake mechanincly spreads your rear brake shose inside the drum. Therefore just replace your rear shoes and make sure there ajusted right and you should have no more problems with that part of your car. PS make sure you put some 3M paste on the contact points on your backing plate to avoid a squeak in the near future.

May 16, 2009 | 2001 Ford Focus

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You dont have to pull the whole rear end out. remove rear wheel and remove the brake drums. theres 4 nuts on the back side of the brake backing plate which holds the axles in. once you get the 4 nuts loose you can pull the axle out (might need some force to pull out). You should be able to take the differential cover out to inspect the gears.

Apr 25, 2009 | 2002 Nissan Xterra

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Rear passenger wheel and brake plate axle damaged

I would, Too be on the Safe Side. An Action like this Almost EVERY time will Warp the Axle and Cause Major Problems with the Suspension. I own a 95' Silverado and had a Similar Problem.

Jan 21, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet K1500

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