It has drums in the back, I was just doing to update this topic I found a video of a dodge mec. Replacing the brakes it looks the same to me idk why that guys wanted so much.
But should I also replace the brake clynder/whatever it's called it is old.
October, 31, 2009 AT 1:29 PM
I would, it's called the wheel cylinder and Autozone sells them for under 20.00 each, replace both! You may find getting the drums off, is the hardest part, then the " C" clip on the shoe may need to be replaced due to rust.
October, 31, 2009 AT 1:38 PM
Lol " You may find getting the drums off, is the hardest part" usually is.
I was felling that replacing bolth would be safer I just hate bleeding it it's a pain for me.
But thanks for the help I will go get it started.
Looks like I have to wait the cylinders are on order 12 bucks aint bad lol thanks for your time.
October, 31, 2009 AT 1:51 PM
After you get the shoes back on, just open the bleeders until they drip, it's called gravity bleeding and works well.