2005 Chevrolet Silverado "rear brake shoes" Questions

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...rear drum when the brake pedal is pressed and then release as the brake pedal is released. Your shoes may be worn and might be "hanging up" for a brief period, that would make a clunk sound your ...

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...near the wheel studs but many times the drums build up a rust lip so threw the adjuster hole in the rear backing plate and back the shoe adjuster off or you will brake the shoe hold down ...

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...rear shoes on my 06 silverado, having trouble getting the E-brake cable through the spring, any tricks? You might try unhooking the cable at the equalizer near the driver door. This may give you ...

...Make sure backing plates behind front & rear rotors aren't rubbing on rotors. Jack up each wheel individualy & spin. May also be emergency brake shoes rubbing inside drum inside rear

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...brake shoes inside the rear rotors, they quite often break away from the lining and get wedged in the rotor, sometimes causing a constant squeal noise. I've also seen the brake pad anti-rattle metal ...

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yahoo.comhow do you adjust the rear brakes by turning the star wheel between the shoes at the bottom

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...rear and set axel on stands. Pull tire as normal. There will be "star" washers on two of the lug bolts. Gently pry these up and set aside. You'll have to release the pressure on the slave cylinders ...

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...rear brakes No, not on most applications, although there is always an exception somewhere. You'll need at ask a more specific question, e.g. are they disc or shoes? What year, make, model is the ...

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...rear brake drum on 2005 chevy silverado depending on how wore down shoes are or self adjuster has pushed shoes out, you should be able to hit the face of drum with a hammer several tiems and it break ...

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...REAR BRAKE AREA IT'S PROBABLY YOUR SLIP YOKE NOT THE BRAKES. TAKE OUT YOUR DRIVE SHAFT CLEAN THE SURFACE OF YOUR SLIP YOKE WITH EMERY CLOTH AND LUBE/GREASE IT INSIDE AND OUT. ANOTHER SOLUTION IS ...

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