Replacing Rear Dodge Brake Shoes?

Answer The rear brake system on a Dodge works by the brake shoes applying pressure to the inside of a drum when the brake pedal is pushed. The friction this creates causes the vehicle to come to a stop. O... Read More »

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Replacing a 1997 Toyota Paseo's Rear Brake Shoes?

The 1997 Toyota Paseo is the second generation of Paseos, which began production in 1991 and ended in 1999. The Paseo came in either a coupe or convertible body style, and both feature the same 1.5... Read More »

Replacing Brake Shoes on a Toyota Pickup?

The rear brake system on a Toyota pickup uses brake shoes. The rear brake shoes do not need to be replaced as often as brake pads, but need to be replaced after reaching a thickness of less than on... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a Drum That Won't Go on After Replacing Brake Shoes?

Servicing drum brakes is a relatively easy task for the DIY mechanic, but it can sometimes be frustrating to get all of the bits and pieces back together again. One common problem faced by inexperi... Read More »

DIY Replacing Rear Brake Pads on an Acura?

Replacing the rear brake pads on your Acura vehicle requires some specialty brake tools and a little mechanical know-how. It's a great way to educate yourself in the braking system for the vehicle,... Read More »