Removal and Installation
1. Remove master cylinder reservoir cap.
2. Remove tires from vehicle using power tool.
3. Drain brake fluid.
4. Remove connecting bolt and torque member bolts using power tool, and remove cylinder body.
Fig. 66: Removing Connecting Bolt And Torque Member Bolts
5. Remove caliper and disc rotor. If the disc rotor cannot be removed, remove as follows: Make sure parking brake lever is completely disengaged.
Hold down the disc rotor with the wheel nut and remove the adjuster hole plug.
Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver through the plug opening and rotate the star wheel on the adjuster assembly in the direction shown to loosen and retract the brake shoes.
Prior to removing disc rotor, make alignment mark using a marker between the hub and disc rotor.
Remove wheel nut and rotor.
Fig. 67: Removing Caliper And Disc Rotor
CAUTION: Refill with new brake fluid.
Never reuse drained brake fluid.
1. Install disc rotor.
Align marks made during removal on the hub and disc rotor.
2. Install cylinder body to the vehicle, and tighten torque member bolts to the specified torque.