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How to replace break shoes - 1997 Honda CR-V

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  • Soundman111 May 11, 2010

    Is the problem with the back or front brakes? If it is the from brakes did you remember to insert the inner and outer shims and apply the anti-squeal grease to the back of the pads. Were the caliper pins free to move in and out. A frozen pin(s) will cause sometimes cause noise if the caliper cannot move correctly. Did you check to see if there front disks where warped? This will also cause noise.



    Are the rear brakes drums or disks? If drums, are you sure you did not reverse the brake shoes. Are you sure that all the springs are properly connected and in good working order? Is the wheel cylinder on each side expanding when you depress the brake? Is the emergency brake adjustment set correctly? Are the rear brake drums warped? All or any of these can potentially cause noise.

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Honda CR V brakes making knoking noise when I brake?
This was not the case beafore I changed brake shoes.
no noise came when driving ,only when I brake. I opened to see if anything is tuching I did not find any thing.

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