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you will need a helper to pump the pedal do it with the engine off have them pump the pedal hold it down and then open the bleeder do the several times til all the air is pushed out make sure not to let the reservoir go empty if it does you will need to bleed all 4 wheels
take the back brake drums off ,clean the lip out with a small angle grinder then manually adjust the rear brakes and the brake pedal will be nice and hard with 3 clicks on the handbrake ,nice job when done and it all works ,their is no adjustment on the brake pedal only on old cars with rod and cable brakes
First of all check the drum for two screws that go through the drum into the back bread plate, if not then take a hammer and hit the drum, be careful not to hit the lugs, you have to loosen the drum because over time it gets rusty and sticks to the lug nut plate that the lugs are attached too..........Hope this helps....any other questions just ask....
u will have to back off ur brake shoes and maybe loosen ur emergency. Then soak the area is at the axle with penetrating oil like wd40- let sit for a while and u might have to hit the drum on the edge with a hammer to break it loose