I’m speechless 😶
Excelente video…saludos desde Mexico
What do yo call those type of pliers that make a little ring at the end?
Great video thanks 🙂
Great video! I have a question. If the adjuster is self adjusting what is the reason for the manual adjustment first?
Can you guys please do a video for drum brakes for a 2016 Sentra??? Because of you guys i was able to fix many things on my 99 Pontiac sunfire!
Well simply explained. …thank you !!
Perfect, thank you.
Do you have a video on how to replace the drums? My 2015 Versa Note drums include the studs and the wheel bearing. How do you remove the studs? How do you remove and replace the wheel bearing?
Excellent video, thank you very much.
Why didn't you remove the adjuster and clean and grease it? Are they different than domestic cars?
Are the 2012 1.6 Liter and the 2012 1.8 Liter front brakes the same?
GREAT JOB! , NICELY DONE, finally a video that used the BRAKE CLEANER, & put on GREASE, LOVE IT! now that's what I call a PROFESSIONAL!!! 👍 👌👏
Every time I work on my car I hope that 1A auto has a video about it and so far you guys have! Thank you so much for investing time to help the community save some cash!
Why are the springs hard to attach?
Are you sure about the torque on the nut holding drum on? I heard 90 ft pounds not the 177 foot pounds you said. I got to look at service manual and the specs for the torque are missing.
Will this work on a sentra as well
Will a 2012 fit a 2014
At last , someone that showed how to set the auto-adjuster , well done sir
Very helpful video only thing I don’t understand is why Nissan is putting drum brakes on newer models? S13’s had disk all the way around.the only Nissan I seen with drums is my dads old hardbody and I figured that was just a older truck thing more so older thing.I only did them once and kind of disappointed with Nissan for putting these in new cars wth Nissan?I’m going to go google one logical reason it doesn’t have disk it doesn’t even seem cheaper to manufacture
Brake clean….BRAKE CLEAN, 😂
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