Question about 2006 Renault R5
They should be auto adjusting...get in the car and put it in reverse and keep pressure on the brake while givivg it gas allowing it to slowly move backwards. this should adjust them to where they need to be
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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Fig. Exploded view of the rear drum brake assembly - LINK
The rear brakes do not require manual adjustment. Adjust the shoes by sharply applying the brake pedal several times while driving the vehicle alternately forwards and backwards. Check the brake operation by making several stops while driving forward. The self-adjusting mechanism will sufficiently adjust the rear brake shoes without any manual tightening at the brake shoe adjuster. If the rear brake shoes are manually adjusted, the additional action of the brake shoe adjuster can cause the brakes to become over-tightened and result in binding or overheated rear brakes.
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