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Back Brakes for 1994 truck

Need to see how to put back brakes back on, need a diagram to see where everythings goes,,, On A 1994 k1500 cherolett truck...Thank You

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Most of the time you can actually puchase the book at a local store which will have the prints in there diagrams and everything. Do you still have the manual booklet in the car?

Let us know. Thanks for your question and time. We're eager to help you out and hear how things go for you.

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