Question about Chrysler LeBaron
It's a standard leading trailing bendix brake system, small shoe to the front, larger shoe to the rear. The spring are ease. THE springs that look the same go behind the shoes, the biggest spring goes at the top of the brake assembly, and the spring thats medium goes on the bottem. Don't forget the horse shoe clip to the e-brake cable. The adjustment peice goes near the top. Adjust it all the way and spin the drum while you use the mopar adjustment tool to set the e-brake adjust ment. you should get 1/2 to one full rotation before the drum drum stops spinning. don't forget to gravitey bleed your brake (open the rear bleed screws at the same time, then the front).
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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