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Old 13 Sep 2007, 11:28 am
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Default how do you adjust rear brakes on 2003 honda civic?

when I pull up parking brake a little brakes seem fine thats why I think rear brake need adjusting
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 11:34 am
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you didn't say if they were disc or drum brakes, the pads might need changed if they are disc and if they are drum brakes there is an adjuster to adjust them up on the backside of the hub, pull out the oval rubber plug and you have to have a brake tool and stick it in the hole and adjust the gear wheel inside.
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