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Old 09-09-2017, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I found myself inherited disassembled rear brake shoes . Both sides .how will I know the correct way of reinstall?
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Old 09-09-2017, 06:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I found myself inherited disassembled rear brake shoes . Both sides .how will I know the correct way of reinstall?

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Max, feel free to copy photo/link if you want it and delete posts.
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Thank you so very very much. Here in Alaska there are very few true tecs . good info is hard to come by. I was the only ASE certified Porsche Audi tec for the state. I found it impossible to work flat rate.So I drove cab's instead. Made better money hauling dancers and drunks.lol my friends do know that if I do a job it will be the best I can. You are my hero thanks again . if you ever come to Alaska I owe you a fishing trip.Peace

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Your welcome, full workshop manual is available here if you want it https://www.mediafire.com/folder/cvr...ervice_Manuals thanks to Max. SQ, parts one and two.

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Rear brakes still need to do a final adjust ? Done top adjuster any thing else ?

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I'll suggest that to owner. Not mecanally competent owner. Good people just no clue how to use tools.

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2005 xl7 bleeding brakes

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An XL-7?

OK, not a Grand Vitara. I moved you here.

Please use this thread and not START new threads (three already, all in the wrong sections).
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