Question about 2004 Isuzu Rodeo
The easiest way is to pull the wheels and the drum and adjust the self adjuster
at the bottom (it is a threaded affair with a sprocket on it at the bottom of the
assembly). They sell a tool to adjust this without pulling wheels,
but I always found it easier to do it with the wheels removed
which allows inspection of the self adjuster and springs and brake "nails".
Adjust the pads until they just touch the drums and then back them off a little.
push the brake pads together before reinstalling the drum, spin the drums to make sure
they aren't scrubbing, reinstall wheels and take for a test drive to make sure the
pads are seated and recheck if necessary. It sounds complicated but the hardest part
is taking off the wheels and drums. Hope this is useful.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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