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I don't know what order the washer and spring washer goes on cooling fan hub does washer go behind or in front of fan wheel

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Washer first, then spring (lock) washer.

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  3. Remove tension spring, using a suitable tool, then remove rear shoe hold-down spring and pin. Remove rear brake shoe and anchor spring, Fig. 7.
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    2. On Pickup, 4Runner, 4WD T100 and 4WD Tacoma models, remove front shoe hold-down spring and pin, using a suitable tool, then disconnect No. 1 parking brake cable from No. 3 parking brake bellcrank.
    3. On 2WD T100 models, proceed as follows:
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      3. Inspect wheel cylinder for corrosion or damage.
      4. Inspect backing plate for wear or damage.
      5. Inspect bellcrank components for bending, wear or damage.
      6. Apply a suitable lubricant to backing plate contact areas.
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      1. Apply high temperature grease to following parts:
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      6. Assemble anchor spring to front and rear shoe, then install rear shoe with end inserted in piston.
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            1. Rotate adjusting bolt until dimension "C" is .016-.031 inch.
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            3. Install tension spring.
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            2. Install brake drum, then bleed and refill brake system.
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  1. Remove caliper.
  2. Remove cap and snap ring, Fig. 10, then remove cone washers with tapered punch.
  3. Insert suitable length bolts into flange bolt holes, then tighten bolts evenly and remove flanges.
  4. Remove free wheel hub cover and snap ring, then remove nut, spring washer and cone washer with suitable tapered punch.
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  6. Remove locknut, lock washer and adjusting nut.
  7. Remove axle hub and brake disc as an assembly.
  8. Remove oil seal and inner bearing from hub.
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  4. Lubricate caliper housing with suitable brake grease at pad contact points.
  5. Reverse procedure to install.

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