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how to replace rear wheel bearing and brake shoes on a 2003 ford focus se 2.0L sigle cam


Wheel Bearing - Drum Brakes

Wheel Bearing - Drum Brakes

Wheel Bearing

Special Tool(s)

Removal

All vehicles

Remove the wheel hub.
Vehicles with anti-lock brakes

Remove and discard the wheel speed sensor ring.
All vehicles

Remove the circlip.

Using the special tool, remove the wheel bearing.
Installation

All vehicles

CAUTION: Support the brake drum on the wheel mounting face and not on the wheel nut studs. Using the special tool, install a new wheel bearing.

Install the circlip.

Using the special tools, install the water seal carrier into the wheel bearing assembly.
Vehicles with anti-lock brakes

CAUTION: Avoid any impact on the wheel speed sensor ring. CAUTION: Make sure the wheel speed sensor ring is clean. CAUTION: Avoid any contact between the wheel speed sensor ring and a magnetic surface. Using the special tool, install a new wheel speed sensor ring.
All vehicles

NOTE: The following step is only required for vehicles without a water seal installed. Using suitable emery cloth, remove any pitting or corrosion from the leading edge of the wheel spindle seal running surface.

NOTE: The following step is only required for vehicles without a water seal installed. Attach the water seal and protective cap to the wheel spindle.

NOTE: The following step is only required for vehicles without a water seal installed. Install the water seal in two stages.
Stage 1: Using the special tool, engage the water seal and protective cap.
Stage 2: Tighten to 7 Nm .
Remove the special tool.
Remove the protective cap.
Install the wheel hub.

rear shoe replacement:

Service and Repair

Removal

All vehicles

Remove the parking brake control boot.
1 Detach the boot clip.
2 Remove the boot.

NOTE: Make sure the rear brakes are at a cool temperature. Release the parking brake control to its lowest position.

Loosen the parking brake cable adjustment nut until there is no tension in the cable.
1 Remove the retaining clip.
2 Loosen the adjustment nut.

Remove the wheels and tires.

Vehicles with anti-lock brakes

Detach the wheel speed sensor.

All vehicles

CAUTION: Do not remove the brake drum by means of the hub retaining nut. Remove the brake drum and hub assembly.

Remove the hold down springs.
Remove the pins.

CAUTION: Do not damage the wheel cylinder boots. Disconnect the shoes from the wheel cylinder.

Detach the shoes from the anchor block.
Hold the wheel cylinder pistons in place with a rubber band.

Disconnect the parking brake cable.
1 Push the lever inwards.
2 Disconnect the cable.

Remove the lower return spring.

Remove the upper return spring.

Remove the primary shoe from the strut and brake shoe adjuster.
1 Pull the shoe outwards.
2 Disconnect the strut.
3 Release the strut.

CAUTION: The strut support spring is under tension. Detach the secondary shoe from the support.
1 Move the strut downwards.
2 Detach the parking brake return spring.

Installation

All Vehicles

Clean, check and apply silicon dielectric compound grease to the backing plate contact points.

Install the strut support to the secondary shoe.
1 Install the parking brake return spring.
2 Move the strut upwards.

Install the primary shoe to the strut and brake shoe adjuster.
1 Install the strut.
2 Push the shoe inwards.
3 Rotate the adjuster fully clockwise.

Install the upper return spring.

Install the lower return spring.

Install the parking brake cable.
1 Push the lever inwards.
2 Connect the cable.

Remove the rubber band holding the wheel cylinder pistons in place.

CAUTION: Do not damage the wheel cylinder boots. Connect the shoes to the wheel cylinder.

Connect the shoes to the anchor block.

Install the hold down springs.

Install the brake drum and hub assembly.

Vehicles with anti-lock brakes

Install the wheel speed sensor. All Vehicles
Install the wheels and tires.
NOTE: The internal auto adjuster must be set and the brake shoes centralized to the brake drum. Rotate the rear wheels and apply the brake pedal four times.
Carry out parking brake cable adjustment.

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