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#1
hiya lads , got a grinding coming from rear end when i brake ,first thing in the morning, how easy is it to get to the shoes?

hopefully just the hubnut, cheers steve
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#2
Not the hub nut.

Two small torx countersunk screw hold the drum on.

The drum can be a cow to get off as there isn't a way of backing the adjustment off with the drum on.

Then the spring & pins hold the shoes in place need to come off.

Unhook the h/brake cable and you're there.
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#3
nice one colin, ,ill have a look the weekend
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#4
Drums come off with patience and persuasion.

Tap the curved part of the drum with a hammer whilst pulling at the drum and it will start to move, then just keep moving round tapping and pulling

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(21-10-2011, 07:00 PM)Romahomepete Wrote:  Drums come off with patience and persuasion.

Tap the curved part of the drum with a hammer whilst pulling at the drum and it will start to move, then just keep moving round tapping and pulling

Old school, "If in doubt give it a clout" :lol::lol::whistle::whistle:
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(21-10-2011, 06:31 AM)stevetiler Wrote:  hiya lads , got a grinding coming from rear end when i brake ,first thing in the morning, how easy is it to get to the shoes?

hopefully just the hubnut, cheers steve

Easiest way to look at the shoes is to remove the inspection plug in the backplate.
With a bit of patience you should be able to back off the self adjuster as well,refer attached PDF.



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.pdf   BERLINGO (M59) - - Removing - refitting Rear brake shoes.pdf (Size: 251.29 KB / Downloads: 487)
2003 Citroën Berlingo 2.0HDi Multispace Desire
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#7
nice one thanks lads
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#8
Attached is handbrake adjustment in PDF format.


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.pdf   BERLINGO (M59) - Adjustment Handbrake.pdf (Size: 93.02 KB / Downloads: 284)
2003 Citroën Berlingo 2.0HDi Multispace Desire
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#9
doddle to get drums off,didnt touch handbrake or adjusters

loads of dust in them...

n/s cylinder has a small leak tho so gonna sort that and new shoes

any recommendations where to get the above

thanks for your help boys,steve
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#10
Any local factors should have the stuff.

While you're underneath, check the flexy hoses - both mine were "sweating".

Also get some WD on the bleed nipple and tube connection into the slave cyl for the next few days.

Both mine were seized solid so I had to replace the brake pipes from fexy to w/cyl as well as the w/cyls themselves.

Not that expensive but just turned a 1/2 hr job into most of a day.
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