Question about 1990 Ford Econoline
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Light Duty Systems
Fig. 1: Light duty brake system components
Fig. 5: Remove the brakeReplacing rear drum brakes. - 88489p31.jpghe rear axle
Fig. 6: Remove the parking brakeReplacing rear drum brakes. - 88489p32.jpgning nut, located behind the backing plate
Fig. 8: Slide the parking brake lever out from its mounting
Fig. 9: Disconnect the parking brake cable from the lever
Fig. 10: Use an appropriate tool to disconnect the return springs from their retaining hReplacing rear drum brakes. - 88489p41.jpgsrc="http://i.fixya.net/uploads/images/88489p37.jpg" alt="88489p37.jpg" class="h_mi" />
Fig. 11: Disengage the hold-down springs Replacing rear drum brakes. - 88489p40.jpgaining clips on the backing plate
Replacing rear drum brakes. - 88489p39.jpg: Back off the adjusting screw and remove it from the brake assembly
Fig. 13: Spread the shoes apart and remove them from the backing plate
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