Here is a condensed version on how to change the brake pads on a GM drummed braked car. This is on a 1994 Chevy Caprice Station Wagon with 11″ drums. I narrate the disassembly and talk about the parts, then speed up the reassembly process. I changed the pads because the ones that were on the car were sticky when damp (probably because they’re cheap). The drums did not need machining, but I did grind a rust lip off the edge so they would reassemble.
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How to install brake pads, example car is a 2007 Toyota Rav4 Sport, but the instructions apply to most cars with modern disk brakes. Save yourself some money and do this one yourself. The most important safety features on your car are your tires and your brakes, tires are tough to replace at home, but brakes are easy.