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Old 10-31-2011, 08:16 PM   #1
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Default 2001 f150 emergency brake r/r

HAVE A f50 2001 4x4 and want to know how to remove and replace the emergency brake pads etc.Thanks,maxhoss
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HAVE A f50 2001 4x4 and want to know how to remove and replace the emergency brake pads etc.Thanks,maxhoss
Are you sure they need replacement? They probably just need adjusting.
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They're basically the same as regular drum brakes just a PITA because the hub is in the way. If the brake shoe material fell off the shoe when you took the rotor off I'd just let it ride. It's just a parking brake and the metal part of the shoe digs in just fine. Plus that's what your trans has Park for.. unless it's a manual you should probably replace them.
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I was gonna do the same to my 03 rear wheel drive (discs). Guess I'm just **** about having stuff in the original condition. I was wondering if I had to remove any more than the wheel, caliper and rotor in order to do the job or if I had to remove the hub also.
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Easy job,

Remove wheel, caliper, rotor...

This exposes everything you need...

If you don't know the workings of a drum brake setup be sure to snap a pic of the guts before dismantling it...

They sell a tool to stretch the springs to hook into position... Basically a hook, I'm sure you can find something around the garage...

WEAR SAFETY GLASSES!! springs can go rogue and take an eye out!
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Default 2001 F150 Super Crew E brake diagram

I'm trying to replace the parking brakes and need a diagram to reference. The e brakes were removed when I bought the truck and my manual does not give enough detail....Thanks
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