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                             PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES                                               [G14A1]     1-5
                                                                                             14. Brake Linings and Drums


14. Brake Linings and Drums
                                          MAINTENANCE INTERVAL
                              [Number of months or km (miles), whichever occurs first]
  Months    3    7.5    15   22.5   30    37.5     45      52.5   60     67.5   75    82.5   90    97.5   105 112.5 120
   1,000
           4.8   12     24   36     48     60      72      84     96     108    120   132    144   156    168     180   192
   km
   1,000
            3    7.5    15   22.5   30    37.5     45      52.5   60     67.5   75    82.5   90    97.5   105 112.5 120
   miles
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A: INSPECTION                                                      (1)   Rotational direction of drum (Forward)
                                                                   (2)   Wheel cylinder
1. REAR DRUM BRAKE                                                 (3)   Upper shoe return spring
                                                                   (4)   Adjusting lever
1) Remove brake drum, and check that there
                                                                   (5)   Trailing shoe
is no fluid leakage from wheel cylinder.                           (6)   Lower shoe return spring
If there is fluid leakage from wheel cylinder, re-                 (7)   Leading shoe
place it.
2) Inspect brake shoes for damage or deformi-                   3) Check brake drum for wear, dents or other
ties and check brake linings for wear.                          damage.
                                                                If the inside surface of brake drum is streaked,
CAUTION:                                                        correct the surface with emery cloth (#200 or
D Always replace both leading and trailing                      more). If it is unevenly worn, tapered, or the out-
brake shoes for the left and right wheels at                    side surface of brake drum is damaged, correct
the same time.                                                  or replace it.
D When either the left or the right brake as-
sembly is replaced, always replace the lead-                    Brake drum inner diameter
ing shoe and trailing shoe of the other.                            Standard value: 228.6 mm (9.000 in)
D Axle nut, once removed, cannot be re-                             Service limit: 230.6 mm (9.079 in)
used.                                                           If deformation or wear of back plate, shoe, etc.
Thickness of lining (except back metal)                         is noticeable, replace the affected parts.
    Standard value: 4.1 mm (0.161 in)
    Service limit: 1.5 mm (0.059 in)




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1-5     [G14A2]             PERIODIC   MAINTENANCE SERVICES
14. Brake Linings and Drums


2. PARKING BRAKE (REAR DISC BRAKE)                  4) When the shoe return spring tension is ex-
1) Inspect brake shoes for damage or de-            cessively weakened, replace it, taking care to
formation and check brake linings for wear.         identify upper and lower springs.
CAUTION:                                            B: ADJUSTMENT
Always replace both primary and secondary
brake shoes for the left and right wheels at        1. REAR DRUM BRAKE
the same time.                                      The main brake is adjusted automatically, and
Brake lining thickness excluding back metal         so there is no need to adjust it.
    Standard value: 3.2 mm (0.126 in)               2. PARKING BRAKE (REAR DISC BRAKE)
    Wear limit: 1.5 mm (0.059 in)                   1) Remove rear cover (rubber) installed at
                                                    back plate.
                                                    2) Turn adjuster toward arrow mark (upward)
                                                    until it is locked slightly, by using slot-type
                                                    screwdriver as shown in illustration.




                                        G1H0102


2) Check brake drum for wear, dents or other
damage. If the inside surface of brake drum is
streaked, correct the surface with emery cloth                                             G1H0070
(#200 or more). If it is unevenly worn, tapered,
or the outside surface of brake drum is dam-        3) Turn back (downward) adjuster 3 to 4
aged, correct or replace it.                        notches.
Brake drum inside diameter                          4) Install cover (rubber) at original position
    Standard value: 170 mm (6.69 in)                correctly.
    Wear limit: 171 mm (6.73 in)




                                        G1H0103


3) If the deformation or wear of back plate,
shoe, etc. is noticeable, replace them.




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