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post #1 of 7 Old 08-25-2010, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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E-brake R & R

Does anyone have a link or a 'how to' on how to r and r a ebrake assembly?

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You asking about the parking brake shoes? It's a royal pain in the ***, took me an hour and a half and it came down to finally calling my dad over to help me, because 2 arms at full strength weren't enough and that was only one side. The other side I went to do, and realized I have a leaking rear axle seal, so I decided to hold off and just adjusted it out a little then cleaned the ever living piss out of it with brake cleaner until I have time to get to the axle seal. At that time I will put new shoes on that side. That was my plan for today, but it is pissing rain and I refuse to work in the rain - I grew up in Western Washington and hate it with a passion.

Or are you asking how to replace the parking brake inside the cab of the truck (just realized this was in Interior Discussion). lol.
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Sorry, I was refering to the assembly on the drivers side kick panel

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regarding the park brake shoes: Once they are loose, to get them over the hub, twist it to get one end over the hub, then it rolls off like an oring, sorta.

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Yeah, my problem wasn't getting them off, it was getting them back on. I got them off in about 15 seconds... stretching them out with the springs on to get them back over wasn't working, so I put the top two springs on and still had to wrestle it to get them stretched apart enough.

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Does anyone have a link or a 'how to' on how to r and r a ebrake assembly?
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Sorry, I was refering to the assembly on the drivers side kick panel
That'd be good to know for me also. Mine popped a rivet and now the cable drops between the two halves so my ebrake doesn't engage enough.


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