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Upper wheel adjustment flange fell into assembly

I had to disassemble the upper wheel but now I cannot put it back to gether. Since it fell apart I was unable to tell the order or the spring, flange assembly...it's brand new and in pieces...Please help me put it back together
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K just went to Skiltools.com and the parts explosion I wanted is not available online. You can send an email to customer service or call them. You might also try the store where you bought this tool. Sorry I couldn't help more

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Rear brakes


Removal
1.Remove rear wheel and tire assembly from vehicle.

2.Remove rear brake drums from hub and bearing assemblies after loosening the two brake drum screws.
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3.Be sure that the parking brake pedal is in the release(most upward) position.

4.Completely loosen square nut of the rear parking brake cable. Then create slack in the rear parking brake cables.
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5.Remove adjuster spring from adjust lever and brake shoe.
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6.Remove adjust lever and turn the adjusting wheel of adjuster assembly to the direction of the arrow as shown.
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7.Remove the strut spring and the lower retracting spring from the brake shoe.
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8.Remove the upper return spring from the brake shoe.
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9.Remove brake back plate hold down spring and pin from the leading brake shoe assembly.

10.Remove the leading brake shoe. Then remove the adjuster assembly, strut and anchor spring from the trailing brake shoe.
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11.Remove the trailing brake shoe from the brake back plate after removing hold down spring and pin.
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12.Remove the trailing brake shoe from the rear parking cable.
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13.Remove parking pivot lever from the leading brake shoe.
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Replacement
1.Lubricate the eight shoe contact areas on the back plate and anchor.
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2.Install the trailing brake shoe to the rear parking cable.

3.Install trailing brake shoe on brake back plate and install the trailing brake shoe hold down spring and pin on the brake shoe.

4.Tighten the square nut of rear parking cable.

5.Install the anchor spring then install adjuster assembly, and strut.

6.Install leading brake shoe on brake back plate.
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7.Install the brake shoe upper return spring, strut spring and the lower retracting spring to the brake shoe.

8.Properly rotate the adjusting wheel of adjuster assembly to the direction of the arrow in as shown.
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9.Install the adjuster spring on the adjust lever and leading brake shoe assembly.

10.Install the leading brake shoe hold down spring and pin on the brake shoe.
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11.Adjust brake shoes assemblies so as not to interfere with brake drum installation.

12.Install the rear brake drums on the hubs.

13.Check and adjust whether the pedal stroke in the specification.(Refer to section BR Gr./On-vehicle service/Pedal stroke of parking brake)

14.Install wheel and tire.

15.Push the parking brake pedal to the floor once and release pedal. This will automatically remove the slack from and correctly adjust the parking brake cables.

16.Test the vehiche on the road. The adjust will continue the brake adjustment during the road test of vehicle.

Inspection
1.Inspect the disassembled parts for wear, rust or damage.

2.Measure the thickness of brake shoe lining.
Standard : 0.17 in (4.5 mm)
Minimum : 0.04 in (1 mm)

3.If the shoe lining is less than minimum or shows signs of uneven wear, replace new one.
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4.Measure the inside diameter of the brake drum.
Standard : 10 in (254 mm)
Maximum : 10.07 in (256 mm)
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5.If the inside diameter of the brake drum is more than maximum or shows signs of uneven wear, replace new one.

6.Inspect the lining and drum for proper contact. If the contact condition is improper, repair it with a grinder or replace the brake shoe assembly.
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Replace rear breaks


Rear Drum Brakes-let me know if you have rear disc brakes. Brake Drums Removal & Installation Remove the access hole plug, then back off the adjusting screw 88009g07.gif
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  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle with jackstands.
  2. Mark the relationship of the wheel to the axle flange to help maintain wheel balance after assembly.
  3. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
  4. Mark the relationship of the brake drum to the axle flange. CAUTION
    Do not pry against the splash shield that surrounds the backing plate in an attempt to free the drum. This will bend the splash shield.
  5. If difficulty is encountered in removing the brake drum, the following steps may be of assistance.
    • Make sure the parking brake is released.
    • Back off the parking brake cable adjustment.
    • Remove the access hole plug from the backing plate.
    • Using a screwdriver, back off the adjusting screw.
    • Install the access hole plug to prevent dirt or contamination from entering the drum brake assembly.
    • Use a small amount of penetrating oil applied around the brake drum pilot hole.
    • Carefully remove the brake drum from the vehicle.
  6. After removing the brake drum it should be checked for the following:
    • Inspecting for cracks and deep grooves.
    • Inspect for out of round and taper.
    • Inspecting for hot spots (black in color).
To Install:
  1. Install the brake drum onto the vehicle aligning the reference marks on the axle flange.
  2. Install the tire and wheel assembly and hand-tighten the lug nuts.
  3. Carefully lower the vehicle, then tighten the lug nuts to 100 ft. lbs. (140 Nm).
  4. Road test the vehicle.
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Feb 14, 2011 | 1998 Chevrolet Lumina

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How difficult it is to replace front struts on a 2003 subaru legacy wagon? I have done shocks and many other car repairs, but this would be the first experience with struts. Anything to look out for...


  • 1 Raise and support the vehicle with safety stands. While the vehicle is raised, remove the wheel and tire. This will give you access to remove the two lower bolts and nuts from the strut. Remove the upper flange retaining bolts.

  • 2

    Slide the strut spring assembly out from the vehicle. Using a strut spring tool, collapse the spring. Remove the center nut, upper bearing flange assembly and collapsed spring. Discard the old strut and replace with new strut. Discard the upper nut and replace with new nut. Do not release the spring tool from the spring.

  • 3

    Install collapsed spring with tool in place onto the new strut. The spring does not need to be replaced unless it is broken. Be sure to note the position of the spring ends on the strut. Install upper bearing flange, making note of the position of the spring end on the flange. Install center nut and tighten to specs. Then remove the spring tool.

  • 4

    Put the completed strut and spring assembly back onto the vehicle. Tighten nuts and bolts to manufacturer specifications. Install the wheel and tire. Lower vehicle.

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    Picture or directions for repairing rear drum brake


    Brake Shoes Removal & Installation Duo-Servo Type To Remove:
    1. Raise the vehicle and support it safely.
    2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
    3. Remove the brake drums.
    4. Using a brake tool, remove the shoe return springs.
    5. Remove the shoe guide.
    6. Remove the hold-down springs and pins.
    7. Remove the actuator lever and pivot.
    8. Remove the lever return spring.
    9. Remove the actuator link, parking brake strut, spring retaining ring.
    10. Remove the parking brake lever and washer.
    11. Remove the shoe assemblies.
    12. Remove the adjuster screw and spring from the shoe assembly.
    To Install:
    1. Use brake cleaning fluid to remove dirt from the brake drum. Check the drums for scoring, cracks and for out-of-round; service the drums as necessary.
    2. Check the wheel cylinders by carefully pulling the lower edges of the wheel cylinder boots away from the cylinders. If there is excessive leakage, the inside of the cylinder will drip fluid; repair or replace as necessary.
    3. Check the flange plate, which is located around the axle, for leakage of differential lubricant.
    4. Lightly lubricate the parking brake cable, parking brake lever where it enters the shoe and the backing plate-to-shoe contact points. Use high temperature, waterproof, grease or special brake lube.
    5. Install the parking brake lever into the secondary shoe with the attaching bolt, spring washer, lockwasher, and nut. It is important that the lever move freely before the shoe is attached. Move the assembly and check for proper action.
    6. Lubricate the adjusting screw and make sure it works freely.
    7. Connect the adjuster screw and spring to the bottom portion of both shoes. Ensure the spring does not interfere with the adjuster rotation when installed. The primary (smaller shoe pad area) to the front and secondary shoe (larger shoe pad area) to the rear of the vehicle.
    8. Install the shoe assembly. Ensuring the shoe webs are positioned correctly against the wheel cylinder.
    9. Install the parking brake cable.
    10. Secure the primary shoes with the hold-down pin and spring.
    11. Install the parking brake strut and the strut spring.
    12. Install the actuator lever and pivot, securing the assembly with the hold-down pin and spring. Install the actuator link and spring.
    13. Install the return springs.
    14. Check the operation of the self-adjusting mechanism by moving the actuating lever by hand.
    15. Adjust the brakes and install the drum.
    16. Adjust the parking brake.
    17. Install the tire and wheel assembly.
    18. Lower the vehicle.
    Leading-Trailing Type To Remove:
    1. Raise the vehicle and support it safely.
    2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
    3. Remove the brake drums.
    4. Raise the lever arm of the actuator until the upper end is clear of the slot in the adjuster screw.
    5. Slide the actuator off the adjuster pin. Disconnect the actuator spring from the shoe.
    6. Remove the hold-down spring assemblies and pins.
    7. Pull the bottom ends of the shoes apart and lift the lower return spring over the anchor plate. Allow the shoe ends to come together and remove the spring.
    8. Remove the shoe assembly, along with the upper return spring and the adjusting screw assembly.
    9. Remove the upper return spring and the adjusting screw assembly from the shoes.
    10. Remove the retaining ring, pin, spring washer, and parking brake lever.
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    To Install:
    1. Clean adjuster wheel and the backing plates with a suitable cleaner. Lubricate the backing plate contact points, levers and adjuster with a suitable lubricant.
    2. Assemble the parking lever, spring washer (concave side facing the brake lever), pin, and retaining ring onto the rearward shoe.
    3. Install the adjuster pin in the forward shoe with the pin projecting 0.276 in. (7mm) from the side of the shoe web where the adjuster actuator is installed.
    4. With the brake shoes resting on a flat surface (the shoe with the parking lever to the rear of the vehicle), install the upper return spring.
    5. Install the adjuster screw assembly with the spring clip facing the backing plate.
    6. Place the shoes in position on the backing plate. Do not place the lower shoe webs under the anchor plate.
    7. Install the lower return spring, spread the bottom of the shoes and position the shoe against the backing plate.
    8. Install the hold-down pins and spring assemblies.
    9. Install the adjuster actuator over the end of the adjuster pin so the top leg engages the notch in the adjuster screw.
    10. Install the actuator spring, being careful not to over-stretch it more than 3.27 in. (83mm).
    11. Install the parking brake cable to the lever.
    12. Adjust the parking brake if the shoes will not totally retract.
    13. Install the drum, tire and wheel assembly. Adjust the rear brakes and lower the vehicle.
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    Aug 17, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet Suburban

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    Describe the removal of rear brake drums


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    Remove the access hole plug, then back off the adjusting screw


    1. Raise and safely support the vehicle with safety stands.
    2. Mark the relationship of the wheel to the axle flange to help maintain wheel balance after assembly.
    3. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
    4. Mark the relationship of the brake drum to the axle flange.
    NOTE Do not pry against the splash shield that surrounds the backing plate in an attempt to free the drum. This will bend the splash shield.

    1. If difficulty is encountered in removing the brake drum, the following steps may be of assistance.
      1. Make sure the parking brake is released.
      2. Back off the parking brake cable adjustment.
      3. Remove the access hole plug from the backing plate.
      4. Using a screwdriver, back off the adjusting screw.
      5. Install the access hole plug to prevent dirt or contamination from entering the drum brake assembly.
      6. Use a small amount of penetrating oil applied around the brake drum pilot hole.
      7. Carefully remove the brake drum from the vehicle.
    2. After removing the brake drum, it should be checked for the following:
      1. Inspect for cracks and deep grooves.
      2. Inspect for out of round and taper.
      3. Inspecting for hot spots (black in color).
    To install:
    1. Install the brake drum onto the vehicle aligning the reference marks on the axle flange.
    2. Install the tire and wheel assembly and hand-tighten the lug nuts.
    3. Carefully lower the vehicle, then tighten the lug nuts to 100 ft. lbs. (140 Nm).
    4. Road test the vehicle for proper brake operation.

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    Ignition Lock Cylinder REMOVAL & INSTALLATION With Key
    1. Disconnect the battery ground.
    2. On tilt columns, remove the upper extension shroud by unsnapping the shroud from the retaining clip at the 9 o'clock position.
    3. Remove the trim shroud halves.
    4. Unplug the wire connector at the key warning switch.
    5. Place the shift lever in PARK and turn the key to ON .
    6. Place a 1⁄8 in. (3mm) wire pin in the hole in the casting surrounding the lock cylinder and depress the retaining pin while pulling out on the cylinder.
    7. When installing the cylinder, turn the lock cylinder to the RUN position and depress the retaining pin, then insert the lock cylinder into its housing in the flange casting. Assure that the cylinder is fully seated and aligned in the interlocking washer before turning the key to the OFF position. This will allow the cylinder retaining pin to extend into the cylinder cast housing hole.
    8. The remainder of installation is the reverse of removal.
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    1. Disconnect the battery ground.
    2. Remove the steering wheel.
    3. Remove the turn signal lever.
    4. Remove the column trim shrouds.
    5. Unbolt the steering column and lower it carefully.
    6. Remove the ignition switch and warning buzzer and pin the switch in the LOCK position.
    7. Remove the turn signal switch.
    8. Remove the snapring and T-bolt nuts that retain the flange casting to the column outer tube.
    9. Remove the flange casting, upper shaft bearing, lock cylinder, ignition switch actuator and the actuator rod by pulling the entire assembly over the end of the steering column shaft.
    10. Remove the lock actuator insert, the T-bolts and the automatic transmission indicator insert, or, with manual transmissions, the key release lever.
    11. Upon reassembly, the following parts must be replaced with new parts:
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      • Lock cylinder assembly
      • Steering column lock gear
      • Steering column lock bearing
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      • Lock actuator assembly
    12. Assembly is a reversal of the disassembly procedure. It is best to install a new upper bearing. Check that the truck starts only in PARK and NEUTRAL.

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    Changing rear drum brakes ona 1999 chevy dually


    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

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    1. Install the parking brake lever (2).
    2. Install the spring washer (3). The concave side of the spring washer should face the parking brake lever.
    3. Install the pin (4).
    4. Install the retaining ring (16).
    5. Install the adjuster pin (12) in the shoe (15) so the pin projects 6.8 to 7.0 mm (0.268 to 0.276 inch) from the side of the shoe web where the adjuster actuator is installed.
    6. Apply brake lubricant or equivalent to the threads of the adjuster screw (14) and inside diameter and face of the socket (7). Adequate lubrication is achieved when there is a continuous bead of lubricant at the open end of the adjuster nut (10) and the socket (7) when the threads are fully engaged.
    7. Install the upper return spring (5).
      • Lay the shoes (1 and 15) on a clean, flat work surface in the position they will be in when installed on the backing plate.
      • The shoe with the parking brake lever goes to the rear of the vehicle.
    NOTICE: Do not over-stretch the upper return spring. Damage can occur if it is stretched to more than 204.2 mm (8.04 inches) .

    1. Install the adjusting screw assembly.
    1. Lubricate the shoe pads on the backing plate with a thin coat of white lithium grease.
    2. Install the shoe and lining assemblies (1 and 15).
    3. Install the upper return spring (5).
    4. Install the adjusting screw assembly.
      • Do not damage the wheel cylinder boots.
      • Overlap the bottoms of the shoes so the upper shoe ends clear the wheel cylinder boots.
      • Make sure the upper shoe ends rest on the wheel cylinder piston ends.
      • Do not place the lower shoe web ends under the anchor plate until the lower return spring is installed.
    NOTICE: Do not over-stretch the lower return spring. Damage can occur if it is stretched to more than 107.3 mm (4.22 inches) .

    1. Install the lower return spring (6).
      • Bring the ends of the shoe and lining assemblies (1 and 15) together over the anchor plate.
      • Hook the spring ends to the shoe web holes.
      • Spread the lower ends of the shoe and the lining assemblies to clear the anchor plate.
      • Position the shoes against the backing plate and release them.
      • Pull the spring into the groove at the bottom of the anchor plate.
    1. Connect the hold-down pins and the spring assemblies (8).
    2. Install the adjuster actuator (11) over the end of the adjuster pin (12) so the top leg engages the notch in the adjuster screw. NOTICE: Do not over-stretch the actuator spring. Damage can occur if it is stretched to more than 83 mm (3.27 inches) .
    3. Install the actuator spring (13). The free end of the adjuster actuator (11) must engage the notch of the adjuster nut.
    4. Connect the parking brake cable to the parking brake lever (2).
    5. Install the drum. Align the marks made during disassembly.
    6. Adjust the rear brakes.
    7. Install the tire and the wheel. Align the marks made during disassembly.

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