Removal & Installation
- Partially drain the brake fluid.
- Remove rear wheels and tires using power tool.
- Secure disc rotor using wheel nuts.
Remove the union bolt to disconnect the rear brake hose. Discard the copper sealing washers.
WARNINGDo not reuse the copper sealing washers.
Remove sliding pins and remove cylinder body from torque member.
If necessary, remove torque member and disc rotor. If the disc rotor cannot be removed, remove as follows:
- Make sure parking brake lever is completely disengaged.
- Hold down the disc rotor with the wheel nut and remove the adjuster hole plug.
- Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver through the plug opening and rotate the star wheel on the adjuster assembly in the direction to loosen and retract the brake shoes.
- Prior to removing disc rotor, make alignment mark using a marker between the hub and disc rotor.
Remove wheel nut and rotor.
If necessary, install disc rotor and torque member.
- Align marks made during removal on the hub and disc rotor.
Install cylinder body to the torque member and tighten sliding pins to the following specified torque.
NOTEBefore installing cylinder body, wipe off oil and grease on mounting surfaces of cylinder body.
Sliding pins-32 ft. lbs. (43.15 Nm)
- Install brake hose with new copper sealing washers to cylinder body and tighten union bolt to the following specified torque.
- Adjust the parking brake if necessary. Refer to Parking Brake in the Brakes Section.
- Bleed the brake system. Refer to Bleeding The Brake System in the Brakes Section.
- Install rear wheels and tires.