Question about 1986 Renault Sport
I have a brake fluid leak from the rear drivers side drum of a 2000 renault laguna sport 1.8 16v.
i assume it to be the cylinder, but how do i open the rear drum to get acces to the cylinder?
You need to remove wheel , caliper , disk , then the two pins that hold the shoes in,then springs this will allow access to the cilynder wich you can then clean and service.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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