1998 Honda Accord Rear Brake Shoes And Wheel Cylinder Replacement ( Drum Brakes )




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Francisco Vazquez: This video just saved my ass. Please keep up the good work. I also appreciate that you have a link for the tools. Super awesome.

Trent Mason: This is the second video I've seen where a guy uses effing bolt cutters as "diagonal pliers!" Why not use needle-nose pliers? It's crazy to use wire cutters as pliers.

KangoKid Kidd: Great video I have to do this tomorrow..

Daniel Jenn: +Dan the Fix it Man. Hi Dan, I hired a Mechanic my Daughter has known for years, to come over & replace the Rear Drum's & Shoes on my grandson's 1998 Honda Accord LX. This is the 2nd time the Rear's have been done. At any rate, after this guy finished, he didn't take it for a test drive because he had to finish working on his truck, so I did. Since I live a mile away & my grandson was meeting at my house, I txt him & then called him to tell him now the Brake Pedal is mushy &Travel's almost to the floor. When I made the parts list, I didn't put Wheel Cylinders on the list, mainly because I did forget but there were no leaks showing on either side & I never thought about them maybe leaking internally. However, when he was replacing the rear's, the Wheel Cylinder on the left side, end popped off on the Cylinder. Although only a small amount of oil dripped out of the Cylinder, the oil did do that & like I mentioned before, after he buttoned up the rear Brakes, I drove it & yep, it was no where near the condition that it was prior to him repairing the vehicle. Now I'm thinking that one or both of the Wheel Cylinder's could be Leaking Internally which is probably why he has almost no Pedal left... Does this sound correct? I'm super pissed at this mechanic for not even returning my txt or calls & leaving a half finished project that could have a bad turnout Now I'm hoping I can change out the Wheel Cylinder's without having to remove any of the new Brake Shoe's, the Adjuster or any Springs...... Your advice would really help, Dan

Julio Quinones: Ive been tryna buy a drum bake adjustment kit for my 99 accord and its only popping up for the driver side............do both the left and right drum brakes have adjusting parts or only the driver side

Lifted Silverado Build: Flat rate it and pull the cover off the hub nut, should be a 6pt 32mm and take the hub out of the way so you dont have to work around it. then put the shoes in as an assembly. childs play, like your videos man

Zay Barz: Do you have to bleed the brakes

George W. Kush: I’m doing the drum brakes on a 2001 accord in mechanics class at the moment, my friend and I tried for 3 hours to get the damn return spring on and couldn’t get it for the life of us. Then I found this video and we got it in 15 minutes, thank you so much. You saved us a lot of time.

Cruz Mendoza: How did you get the first end of the spring on the rod to link with the brake shoe? You didn’t show it? It’s at 7:35

diulaylomochohai: what are all those tools you used to remove the springs and the pin? any specific names so i can buy them?

Ramon Plascencia: Q

Nocturnal: What brake shoes do you use for your Accord, or what do you recommend for my 2002 accord? Great video!

cody denzel: would this be same/very similar for a 95 accord lx?

Alex Mcelrea: do you have to do all that just to take the the wheel cylinder out?

Youngiin Nigga: You should thinking about a GoPro with a head mount or a harness that'll go on your chest so we can see over your hands

salemvaneveryiv: great video good music

Mark Laymon: Boy, these are sure poorly engineered, aren't they? I just did mine today and hopefully didn't damage the new wheel cylinders getting that ridiculous upper spring back on. Oh well, we'll see.

peacefulpsyche: best video on the subject!

Adan Garcia: hi there. I ended up changing my rear brakes on my 98 Honda accord and I ended up getting the drums smooth out but for some reason I still hear a noise on the rear right could it be something that I'm missing a friend of mine told me I might need to check the rotor

countryboydonald: Does anybody know what tool that is he tightens onto the spring like turning a screwdriver?
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