How to replace brake drums and brake shoes on 1990 plymoth voyager
1990 Plymouth Voyager

How to replace brake drums and brake shoes on 1990 plymoth voyager

(1990 Plymouth Voyager)
spreader bars are both damaged and some springs fell out when i removed brake drums. i have new shoes and drums.
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on May 28, 2009
I would also get a hardware kit for both sides of the vehicle. if your springs fell out, that means they old and damaged. The best way to do it is to remove one side at a time and then copy cat how it is assembled by looking at the assembled side versus the side your are working on at the moment. Also, be sure and check your wheel cylinders. If they are leaking or rusty, it is necessary to replace them.
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on May 28, 2009
I would also get a hardware kit for both sides of the vehicle. if your springs fell out, that means they old and damaged. The best way to do it is to remove one side at a time and then copy cat how it is assembled by looking at the assembled side versus the side your are working on at the moment. Also, be sure and check your wheel cylinders. If they are leaking or rusty, it is necessary to replace them.
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