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Rear Park Brake Adjust


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Darrin,

I just did mine a couple of weeks ago. The adjuster wheel is more of an "up down" adjustment. If I remember correctly moving down the wheel (the bottom of the wheel) tightens and the top loosens. I guess you could equate that to clockwise.. Pretty easy to figure out (once you have found the freakin adjuster that is!)

This is a great opportunity to give those calipers a good cleaning (if your as compulsive about clean as I am.)

Success!

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Thanks that makes perfect sense to me!

Also I was wondering, is the brake bleed order the same as in Loren's DIY for RHD cars (given the brake booster is on the right-hand-side of the car).

I would assume the left and right sides should be reversed, as the rear-left would be the furthest from the booster. So for LHD cars the order is Right rear, Left rear, Right front, Left front (as per the DIY) but for RHD cars, the order should be Left Rear, Right Rear, Left Front, and Right front last of all.

Cheers

DS

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Thanks that makes perfect sense to me!

Also I was wondering, is the brake bleed order the same as in Loren's DIY for RHD cars (given the brake booster is on the right-hand-side of the car).

I would assume the left and right sides should be reversed, as the rear-left would be the furthest from the booster. So for LHD cars the order is Right rear, Left rear, Right front, Left front (as per the DIY) but for RHD cars, the order should be Left Rear, Right Rear, Left Front, and Right front last of all.

Cheers

DS

The principle is to start bleeding with the bleeder screws the farthest away from the reservoir first, so yes, LR, RR, LF, RF for a car with the reservoir on the right side.

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