The complete guide to Rear drum brakes change

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Complete guide to change your rear drum brakes. Installation of a pre-assembled kit containing shoes and wheel cylinders plus brake bleeding on a Peugeot 206.

Bleeding with a bottle here:

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  1. very useful thank you.

  2. Thanks very helpful. Setup looks very similar to 2007 1.4 Pug 206 with Lucas system. Got wrong cylinder 🙁 but correct one on the way. Only problem is shoes are not pre-assembled. Should I return or can reuse springs?


  4. Mistakes in this video , You should not have to bang or hit the drums back on – Check in side of the drum for a ridge of metal where the drum lines have worn, Remove the ridge of metal . Two – punching the lock nut to tab it with a chisel – Use a small round end punch or cut off an old screwdriver . Do not use wire cutters to clamp the hand brake cable this can damage the cable . Find out the correct torque when locking the bearing nut as you could crush the wheel bearings . When replacing brake fluid check for the right the dot number . Wrong dot can cause later problems with the type of rubber seals used in your brake system . Dot 4 for a Peugeot 206 . If necessary to adjust your brake adjusters drill a hole in the brake back plate directly behind the adjuster you can use a screwdriver to adjust the drums when on the vehicle , remember to put a rubber seal in the hole you have drilled ( DIY ) shops usually sell rubber seals . I am an old garage Ex mechanic .

  5. Clean the wheel before refit the wheel (robot voice)


  7. 22:04 i dont always test my brake pedal after bleeding, but when i do, i make sure to have the engine running at 4000rpm

  8. I just want add in, that the tightening torque for axle nut is 200 nm/147,51 ft-lb

  9. Looks a pig to do.

  10. very informative , thanks a lot .. keep going

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