Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
Remove upper shoe return springs, loosen but do not remove brake line using line wrench, remove 2 bolts holding cylinder. Have new cylinder ready to install. pull shoes back from cylinder. remove line from cylinder and pull out of housing. Replace with new cylinder, first attaching line, then bolts. reset shoes into cylinder and make sure nothing else has slipped out of place (eg, parking brake cross bar and spring). Replace return springs on post. replace drum. open bleeder valve and allow gravity bleed until all air is out or bleed manually. any questions, lemme know.
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