How to Replace Rear Parking Brake Shoes 1999-13 Chevy Silverado

How to Replace Rear Parking Brake Shoes 1999-13 Chevy Silverado

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For drum brakes and parking brakes, shoes will eventually need to be replaced. If you are overhauling your rear brake system, or just need to replace worn out shoes, this video will show you how to install new drum or parking brake shoes on your 1999-2007 Chevy Silverado.

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Darrin Hoover says:


blyss ward says:

never put locktide on your caliper bolt , specially the red one !! Just dry and good torque .

why he did that i don't know i have no clue

M Bravo says:

I've always had trouble adjusting the parking shoes. Not being too tight/ loose but it makes contact and rubs. My question is where is the shoe supposed to sit, down against the mounting bracket? Cause I feel it's never center

TrentDaddy Dolla says:

I had to put mine back together without changing anything. The bolt that holds the parking brake is rusted too bad. I'll have to do without parking brakes

Andrew Eisan says:

It's a parking brake not emergency brake, otherwise great video

Elber Galarga says:

I can tell you're a good mechanic

Domenic Manicone says:

I have a 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP. It was a nightmare taking the old shoe off but the new one will not go on. There's no way to just contortion it on there. Is there any little tricks to installing the new one?

TDF Public says:

This video is appropriate for people who already know how to do the job, but needs a quick reminder. For those of us who have never done the job, this video is rushed and poorly explained.

travis madden says:

Great video. Informative and lots of attention to detail. Two thumbs up.

Slava says:

Great video, love the attention to details and excellent camera work.

Roger Pecz says:

why didn't you put on the brake shoe when you put on the new backing plate?
Good video.

Mike Johnston says:

Best video for replacing brakes on this type of vehicle I've seen. Adjusting those pads to the right position is really a pain in the butt.

MuricanSilveradoZ71 says:

"a loving bonk"

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