|1. To lift a back part of the car and to record on supports.
|2. To remove back wheels.
|3. To disconnect a cable of the emergency brake from a control lever on a support.
| 4. To unscrew the top bolt of fastening of the lower directing finger. At the same time for deduction of the directing finger from a provorachivaniye to use a thin wrench. For fastening of the directing finger to use only a new bolt.
|5. To turn a support down on the directing finger, at the same time to watch a tension of a brake hose.
|6. To take brake shoes from a support.
|7. To measure thickness of an overlay of each brake shoe.
|8. If blocks are suitable for further operation, to clear them, using a wire brush and rags.
|9. Before installation of blocks to check that the directing plugs easily move in a support and rubber protective covers are not damaged.
|10. If new brake shoes are established, using the special tool, to press the piston into a support, at the same time turning it clockwise.
|11. To turn the piston so that grooves in the piston were established on the center of a support.
|12. At a piston vdviganiye brake fluid is forced out from the brake cylinder in a broad tank. Therefore constantly to watch liquid level in a tank and if necessary to pump out it.
|13. At installation of old brake shoes to put them on the former places.
|14. To insert brake shoes in the holder of a support.
|15. To establish a support on brake shoes.
|16. To grease a carving of a bolt of fastening of the directing finger with means against unscrewing (Peugeot recommends Loctite Frenetanch).
|17. To press a support that it reached the position, then to screw up a bolt of fastening of the directing finger, tightening it the required moment.
|18. To connect a cable of the emergency brake to a support.
|19. Several times to press a brake pedal in order that blocks nestled on a disk and repeatedly to check the level of brake fluid in a tank.
|20. To perform the same operations on the second back wheel.
|21. To establish wheels and to lower the car.
|22. To repeatedly check the level of brake fluid.