Question about Mitsubishi Diamante
Im assumimg its rear drum brakes ! Remove rear drums and inspect for shoe wear - if worn replace and have drums resurfaced ! If ok clean with brake clean making sure to keep your nose mouth and eyes covered to avoid getting brake dust inhaled or swallowed or in your eyes ! There is a adjuster knob on the shaft for shoe tension - some are asseable from a he through the backing plate and others you have to removemthe drum ! Adjust the whell in short increments and turn the the drum by hand until you can slightly feel or hear the shoe touch the drum mate surface - repeat for other sIde
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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