Park Brake shoes

Most Chevy Tahoe's & Silverado's from 2000 up have a one piece design park brake shoe. And, it seems to break apart a lot. It's really not a big deal to replace. It may look like the park brake shoe won't come off without taking off the axle, but it will. Be sure to check to see that the backing plate is not rusting to pieces, that's a common problem too. To change the backing plate the axle will have to come out. As long as your backing plates are good, just change the shoes.

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How To Install Replace Emergency Brake Shoes 2000-06 Chevy Suburban
https://www.1aauto.com/parking-brake-shoe-set-nakamoto-s781/i/1abps00158?ut m_source=YouTube&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=videodesc&utm_term=ZEh URQylGPM 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace your own worn, squeaky, fading old emergency brake shoes. This video is applicable to the 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, Chevy Suburban 🔧 Instructions: 1. Removing the Wheel 0:40 2. Inspecting the Brakes 1:04 3. Removing the Brake Pads 1:20 4. Removing the Brake Rotor 2:26 5. Removing the Emergency Brake Shoes 2:57 6. Installing the New Emergency Brake Shoes 3:25 7. Reinstalling the Brake Rotor 4:44 8. Installing the New Brake Pads 5:37 9. Reattaching the Wheel 6:08 10. Testing the Brakes 6:47 ⚠ DISCLAIMER: While 1A Auto strives to make the information provided in this video as accurate as possible, it makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or applicability of the content. No information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. All do-it-yourself projects entail some risk. It is the sole responsibility of the viewer to assume this risk. 1A Auto is not responsible or liable for any loss damage (including, but not limited to, actual, consequential, or punitive), liability, claim, or any other injury or cause related to or resulting from any information posted in this video.





GM Parking Brake Pad Change / Adjustment - HOW TO / TUTORIAL
Video showing how to change and adjust the parking brake pads of a GM vehicle. Performed on a 2002 GMC Sierra





Parking Brake Adjustment on 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
Removal of rear calipers, caliper mounting bracket, and rotor/drum to access the parking brake adjuster. Please reference this video http://youtu.be/JKo90qUzOPg by "1947froggy" since I learned how to do this from froggy's video.





Parking Brake Replacement: Drum on Rear Disc Brake
Here's how to service or change the parking brakes on a Toyota or Lexus with rear disc brakes. Behind the rear rotors are a set of shoes that contact the inside of the drum for the hand-brake. Depending on use, the shoes may wear out or the assembly may seize up from lack of use. Periodic servicing of the brakes is essential to keeping them working in top shape. This video shows step by step how to change or refurbish the rear parking brakes on a Toyota Solara. Procedure is the same as the Toyota Camry, Sienna, Highlander, RAV4 and Avalon and the Lexus ES300, ES330, ES350, RX300, RX330, RX350. The parking brake drum, which is part of the brake rotor, must first be removed. There are some springs that keep tension on the shoes that need to be removed using a needle-nose pliers, or a special drum brake tool. Once the parking brake shoes are free, the cable spring is compressed to remove the cable from the shoe. A non-reusable C-clip must then be removed to free the shoe from the horse shoe bracket. Replace shoes when the thickness of the pad material gets below 1mm, or you can see the rivets in the metal below. There are several lubricating points where the shoe grinds up against the backing plate that need to have some lubrication. The video calls out these six points with a diagram from the service manual.




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