Here's a shot of the renewed backing plate, with new and repainted hardware for those new shoes and wheel cylinders.
Then I cleaned and repacked the beari... Show morengs and slapped the drum back on, after I took it with me to work and turned it on the lathe... of course. A little adjusting of the brakes then I put the wheel back on and sat her back down after a year or so on my jack stand. LOL!
Here's a shot of one of those new strut rods installed.
Alright, time to do the dilligence.This is my 91 Acura Legend LS.It's a 4 door with an automatic transmission :(It's bone stock.I've fixed some i... Show moressues it had from the previous owner.Such as:Head GasketsMissing trim in the trunkFront bumper clipsFront signal mounting fastenersAnd Both front axlesI've put new tires on it and had it aligned last year too, but lots of driving and a road trip to Florida, are taking their toll on the tires, but they're still in decent shape.This is a very nice car! The A/C is cold, and the Heater blows hot! It's got a little over 121,000 miles on the odometer.It shifts great, kinda has a performance feel to the shift points.The Bose stereo has seen better days. The rear speakers don't work, and the right front speaker crackles. I think it needs new speakers in the front, and a new bose amplifier for the rear speakers to work.It's got an original Acura Car cover.It has keyless entry, Acura aftermarket.Leather Seats, Electronically adjustable with memory presets for the drivers seat.Heated mirrors and rear window.3.2 litre V-6 Not a transverse engine.Power Sunroof.Cruise control.And the usual stuff you'd expect, Power windows, Power door locks, Power mirrors, Seats as mentioned, Power antenna, Automatic climate control, Acura six disc changer in the trunk, Cassette/am/fm factory double din bose head unit. it's equipped with ABS, but the ABS light is on, so I don't think it works at the moment. Show Less
When I got this rig, none of the running lights worked, and the Previous Owner (PO) rigged up another light switch to operate the running lights, but when yo... Show moreu turned them on it made the brake lights come on and stay on because they were wired wrong. So I got a new headlight switch and a wiring diagram and found that the power wire for the lights was burned up at the fuse, which is why when I checked the fuse with a test light it tested ok, but I didn't know the connection at the fuse for that wire wasn't making a connection. Once I figured that out, I cut the wire, (Cheaper than buying a new fuse block) and spliced it into the instument light fuse, and viola! the running lights came on... in the front only, I did some more checking and found the wire for the taillights was burned up under the truck near the gas tank, so I put in some new wire and now I have lights! Show Less