Download Chrysler Cirrus, Dodge Stratus, Plymouth Breeze, 1995-2000 by John Haynes PDF
By John Haynes
- Routine Maintenance
- Tune-up procedures
- Engine repair
- Cooling and heating
- Air Conditioning
- Fuel and exhaust
- Emissions control
- Suspension and steering
- Electrical systems
- Wiring diagrams
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Block the front wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling, however, do not apply the parking brake or it will lock the drums in place. Remove the rear wheels. 12 Remove the brake drum as described in Chapter 9. 13 With the drum removed, carefully clean off any accumulations of dirt and dust using brake system cleaner. Warning: DO NOT blow the dust out with compressed air and don't inhale any of it (it may contain asbestos, which is harmful to your health). 14 Measure the thickness of the lining material on both leading and trailing brake shoes (see illustration).
Some hoses use clamps to secure the 3 hoses to fittings. Where clamps are used, check to be sure they haven't lost their tension, allowing the hose to leak. Where clamps are not used, make sure the hose hasn't expanded and/or hardened where it slips over the fitting, allowing it to leak. 3 Lift the cover and check the mounting nut for tightness stripes molded into the hose. Various systems require hoses with different wall thickness, collapse resistance and temperature resistance. When replacing hoses, make sure the new ones are made of the same material as the original.
4 Raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands. Warning: Never work under a vehicle that is supported only by a jack! ). Look for grease or fluid leaking from around the steering gear input shaft and tie-rod boots (see illustration). Check the power steering hoses, cooler and connections for leaks. 6 Have an assistant turn the steering wheel from side-to-side and check the steering components for free movement, chafing ,and binding. If the wheels don't respond closely to the movement of the steering wheel, determine where the slack is located.