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            Toyota Prius Rear Brake Shoes

            Your Toyota Prius boasts an aerodynamic design and high-tech features, but if you need to push too hard when braking, it’s probably time for new Toyota Prius brake shoes. Get a brand-new set at AutoZone, your one-stop shop for anything automotive.

            Your brake shoes form the core of your braking system, and utilize friction to put pressure on the drum every time you step on the pedal. Brake shoes for Toyota Prius need regular inspection and occasional replacement with increased mileage and use. If the lining connected to the brake shoe erodes to the point that you hear squeaking or grinding when braking, it’s time for a replacement. Consult with AutoZone experts for helpful advice on the right pad components that fit your budget. Receive your replacement brake shoe at the AutoZone location of your choice with our Same Day Store Pickup.

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            fit great and working well

            Steve

            in a year

            These are working well on my 2005 Toyota Prius, brakes feel like new. Confirmed Vin was Japan vehicle, to know it would fit. Other stores didn't provide details, and didn't want to risk different products not working, so I went with these. Parts are exact fit to replace existing factory parts. These come with several new clips for re-attaching the parking cable plate to the new shoe. Also need to transfer spring and clip from other shoe to new shoe. Look up bolt sizes, used two bolts in bolt holes to gradually apply pressure to get the drums off. Tips are take pictures as you go, make notes of the adjuster positions, and return spring positions. The return spring takes A LOT of force pulling to take off and on. Do one side at a time to use the other side as a reference. Remember to screw the adjuster back down to the minimum length first so there is clearance from the drums, then adjust from behind once installed and drum cover is back on.  Pro tip was connect the hold down spring on the one side first when reattaching the return spring across the top, to help hold a pad in place, doing it by myself. Also be careful not to lose them, they can fling off a great distance (wear gloves and safety glasses!). The order I put back together was already connecting the bottom spring in place, putting both pads in position, and then connecting the top return spring across. Took a few hours to replace, with what I'd call intermediate skill levels being handy with tools, and having done alternators and water pumps before. The second went a lot faster once I got the hang of it, and a lot of the time spent getting the car up and getting the wheels off. I'd also get new hardware, as well, if doing it again.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Toyota Prius

            These are working well on my 2005 Toyota Prius, brakes feel like new. Confirmed Vin was Japan vehicle, to know it would fit. Other stores didn't provide details, and didn't want to risk different products not working, so I went with these. Parts are exact fit to replace existing factory parts. These come with several new clips for re-attaching the parking cable plate to the new shoe. Also need to transfer spring and clip from other shoe to new shoe. Look up bolt sizes, used two bolts in bolt holes to gradually apply pressure to get the drums off. Tips are take pictures as you go, make notes of the adjuster positions, and return spring positions. The return spring takes A LOT of force pulling to take off and on. Do one side at a time to use the other side as a reference. Remember to screw the adjuster back down to the minimum length first so there is clearance from the drums, then adjust from behind once installed and drum cover is back on.  Pro tip was connect the hold down spring on the one side first when reattaching the return spring across the top, to help hold a pad in place, doing it by myself. Also be careful not to lose them, they can fling off a great distance (wear gloves and safety glasses!). The order I put back together was already connecting the bottom spring in place, putting both pads in position, and then connecting the top return spring across. Took a few hours to replace, with what I'd call intermediate skill levels being handy with tools, and having done alternators and water pumps before. The second went a lot faster once I got the hang of it, and a lot of the time spent getting the car up and getting the wheels off. I'd also get new hardware, as well, if doing it again.

            What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Toyota Prius