How to Put Brake Shoes on a '91 Honda Accord?

Answer If your 1991 Honda Accord has brake shoes, it means that your rear brakes are drum brakes. Drum brakes need to be replaced less often than disc brakes, so many people become apprehensive when it co... Read More »

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How to Replace Rear Brake Shoes in a Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord is a reliable, fuel-efficient family sedan. To maintain the best possible braking power, the brake shoes on the rear wheels occasionally will have to be replaced. It is a relativel... Read More »

How to Change the Rear Brake Shoes on a 1992 Honda Accord?

When the break pedal is pressed, the brake shoes apply outward pressure against the brake drums in the rear wheels of a 1992 Honda Accord, slowing the vehicle to a stop. Performing the task of remo... Read More »

How to Push in the Caliper When Changing the Brake Shoes on a 1993 Honda Accord?

Pushing in the caliper pistons on your 1993 Honda Accord is the most important part of the brake job. The new pads will not fit onto the caliper until the piston is reset back into the caliper. The... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Shoes on a Honda CRV?

The brake shoes on the Honda CRV's rear brakes work with the parking brake. The rear wheels on the car also use brake discs with calipers, so you need to get around these brakes in order to work on... Read More »