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TheWaterman1000 46,428 views 6:02 1997 Ram 1500 - Rear Drum Brake Service for the Driveway Mechanic - Duration: 19:00. Front brakes seem to be the only thing stopping this truck. Once they get weak the lines swell with pedal pressure instead of pushing the pads. #10 11-24-2008, 04:25 PM Dr. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

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  • No I have not tried replacing rubber lines.
  • And you're sure the rears are engaging, correct?
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  • The problems have been reported beginning with the 1994 models and continuing into the 1997 model year. 1998 and 1999 models are not immune to this problem, but the trouble is
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I don't know about the rears if they are self adjusting, but if they aren't, travel in reverse and apply the e-brake a couple times. LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread 12-11-2003, 12:02 PM #1 Scubasteve Registered User Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Ontario,Canada Posts: 414 My Photo Gallery My Classified Ads Rear brakes The rear shoes where not adjusting out to cover the wear of the shoes. http://www.dieselbombers.com/24-valve-2nd-gen-dodge-cummins-98-5-02/18675-need-advice-rear-brakes-not-working.html Items 8LugTruckGear.com CARiD.com Covercraft Industries, LLC Discount Tire Diode Dynamics MarylandSpeed.com Retro-Solutions Power Stop Similar

I replaced it, but my rear brakes are not stopping like they should and I have a slight pull to left if I step on the brakes real quick. If you are having braking issues on a 1999-2003 durango I highly suggest getting the auto-adjuster replacement kit and putting that new dowel in... Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 09-26-2013, 04:55 PM #6 (permalink) dodge dude94 Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2013 Location: East Texas Age: 22 Replace the rubber plugs.

You can find the adjusters at NAPA. http://dodgeram.org/tech/troubleshoot/brakes.htm Uncle Bubba's Sig: DIESEL BOMBERS ADMINISTRATOR _________________________________________ 99 Quad Cab, 4wd, Drag Comp W/Pump Wire & Boost Elbow installed, K&N Air Canon, MBRP exhaust, Belt Drive Lift Pump and bottom Bulkhead Log In Log In User Name Remember Me? jbarrus View Public Profile Send a private message to jbarrus Find all posts by jbarrus #8 06-23-2009, 07:57 PM hydrashocker Hall Of Fame Join Date: Jun 2005 Vehicle:

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Dodge Ram 2500 Removing Rear Brake Drum easily! check over here The time now is 06:31 AM. -- Dodge Diesel - Diesel Truck Resource Forums vBulletin 3 Style Contact Us - Dodge Diesel - Diesel Truck Resource - Cummins BleepinJeep 113,295 views 16:09 Replacing Rear Brake Pads On 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 - Duration: 8:12. Evil BOMBARDIER Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: North of You My Diesel: 1998 12V & 2001 24V Posts: 23,293 Originally Posted by Uncle Bubba The other thing to look

There is no way around needing the scanner, unfortunately, and you will need something along the lines of a Snap On Solus pro or higher I believe. The cure is turning them LIGHTLY with an on-wheel lathe, or replace the rotors. NRA Member and Instructor. "Make no mistake, our freedom will be defended." GWB 12-11-2003, 10:00 PM #8 Scubasteve Registered User Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Ontario,Canada Posts: 414 his comment is here Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading...

DodgeForum Forums General New Member Area Members Rides Newsletter Archive Brand News, Concepts & Rumors Dodge Forum Site Issues and Suggestions The DF Lounge Off Topic DodgeForum.com Club Section Racing The pedal feels fine but seem to have ... Replaced the auto adjusters and problem solved.

Replace the starwheel while you are at it if the points are anything but razor sharp. (unless you don't mind adjusting the brakes every now and then) Mr.Krabs's Sig:01.5 Ram 3500,NV5600,

I adjusted the rear brakes up and that stupid load sensor or rod. I'll follow the lines this evening and check for a leak. Turn that star wheel with a screwdriver. I blew the brake line in the frame rail suppling the rear brakes.

E-Brake Adjustment This procedure is for rear disc brake trucks. 2001.5+ model years. NRA Member and Instructor. "Make no mistake, our freedom will be defended." GWB 12-11-2003, 03:01 PM #5 Shovelhead Administrator / Scooter Bum Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: Email Address: OR Log-in User Name Password Remember Me? http://sevevb.com/dodge-ram/dodge-4x4-not-working.html Brake Pull - brakes pull to one side Brake Pull has been common in many HD trucks.

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! After reinstalling both and setting the P valve so its provides more braking to the rear it made a big improvement. Contact Us - RamForum.com - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.