Question about 2001 Ford Windstar
Posted by Anonymous on
The front ones really can't be adjusted as they are hydrolic. The rear ones if they are drum brakes are self adjusting. I can go into detail one how to manually adjust them but the easiest way would drive the car in reverse at a pretty good little speed (don't kill yourself please) and then come to a plretty fast stop. Not to fast just nice a quick. the self adjusters in rear drum brakes adjust when the car is going in reverse. That to me would be the easiest way for you but that's my opinion anyhow. I do the same thing and I am an ASE master tech. Just do that a few times and they should adjust fine providing the adjusters are work correctly. anyhow, I hope this helps you and good luck.
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