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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to remove the entire rear seat, the bottom & the seat back. Remove both of the rear inner C pillar trims, remove the rear parcel shelf, under the back window.
The speakers come UP from where they are mounted. You cannot take them out thru the trunk.
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Posted on Oct 24, 2008
The rear breaks have self adjusters on them. If you put the car in reverse and pump the breaks this should adjust the breaks. These are drum breaks correct?
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
if they are disk brakes, they are not adjustable. if they are drums they should auto adjust. if they are not, then there is a problem that you have to pull the tire, then the drum, to diagnose it. you may have to disassemble the brake shoes and springs, and clean and lube the self adjusters
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
-Set up jack and properly block front tires.
-Do not set parking break as this may hender removing the rear calipers. Open hood and remove the brake resevoir cap.
-Remove hubcaps if applicable,
-Loosen Lugnuts but do not remove,
-Jack up van,
-Caliper should be visible. There are two bolts or hex heads on the back side that can be a pain to remove sometimes.
-Pull the caliper off the rotor, It is recomended to have the rotors turned or replaced. With the old pad still in place, take a c clamp or brake caliper squeezer and compress the caliper
-remove old pad, take note for the reinstall of the new pad.
-reverse the steps. This is a simple break down. Hope it helps
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
the shoes on drum brakes should auto adjust by backing up and applying pressure to the brake pedal (you may hear a clicking noise from the springs on the adjustment stars as they turn). If this does not work, the mechanism may be broken, aligned improperly or stuck by corrosion. Most drum brake assemblies have an access hole in the drum or backing plate to make manual adjustments, comment back to me if u have these access holes and I will walk you through the procedure...(check your shoe lining thickness as you may just need new brake shoes)
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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