How to repair or replace drum brakes on citroën saxo and peugeot 106 – tutorial

How to repair or replace drum brakes on citroën saxo and peugeot 106 – tutorial

We had to change both rear drum brakes and replace it by a brake kit. This is a summarized tutorial, but the pictures should be enough to help you.

- Unmount the wheel
– Unmount the 32″ center bolt (remove the cap if you have one)
– Remove the ‘drum’ (You may use a hammer)
– Bleed the system
– Remove the cilinder and the two clips holding with a spring at each side
– Remove the whole brake

Install the new brake kit just the way around and fill back your brake fluid (dot4)

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5 Comments to “How to repair or replace drum brakes on citroën saxo and peugeot 106 – tutorial”

  1. my brakes are sticking on my saxo. just found your site .it is brilliant

  2. Hi, this is super, I have instalde in this way like in the picture, but rear wheels function a little bit..

  3. Do you have to destroy the metal centre cap, to get to the nut?

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