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Hey guys, my rear brake job just came to a halt. I pulled off the old rotor and these 2 clips were inside the drivers side rotor when I pulled it off (see pic, both are the same, took pic with one flipped over).

Where do these go?? I'm assuming they're part of the ebrake assembly, but have no clue where they go before I put the new rotor on.

Aside from that, there are also 2 metal push pin type things that push through from the inside of the shroud. What are these things? Are they just to hold the ebrake assembly while the new rotor slips over the hub? COnfuSEd here too.

Thanks a million in advance folks. Please help me :(
 

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Hey guys, my rear brake job just came to a halt. I pulled off the old rotor and these 2 clips were inside the drivers side rotor when I pulled it off (see pic, both are the same, took pic with one flipped over).

Where do these go?? I'm assuming they're part of the ebrake assembly, but have no clue where they go before I put the new rotor on.

Aside from that, there are also 2 metal push pin type things that push through from the inside of the shroud. What are these things? Are they just to hold the ebrake assembly while the new rotor slips over the hub? COnfuSEd here too.

Thanks a million in advance folks. Please help me :(
That looks like parking brake clips. Look behind rotor hub. You will see parking brake assembly. See if anything got loose. In YouTube, ericthecarguy has video clips for drum brake replacement. That might help you where those parts go.

I hope this help.
 

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That looks like parking brake clips. Look behind rotor hub. You will see parking brake assembly. See if anything got loose. In YouTube, ericthecarguy has video clips for drum brake replacement. That might help you where those parts go.

I hope this help.
Yup. I just check service manual. It looks exactly like retainer spring. If you see parking brake shoe's(U shape brake pad)middle, you will see where those clip should attached.

If you are still confused, watch ericthecarguy video.
 

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Basic rule of car repair.

When in doubt, look at the other side for reference.
Let's say you are working on the (R) side, use the (L) side as reference.
 

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Basic rule of car repair.

When in doubt, look at the other side for reference.
Let's say you are working on the (R) side, use the (L) side as reference.
And, don't work on both sides at the same time so that you do have that reference point. :)
 

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Basic rule of car repair.

When in doubt, look at the other side for reference.
Let's say you are working on the (R) side, use the (L) side as reference.
+1 Think we've all done that
 

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hey guys, sorry for the late reply. And thanks to everyone who posted. I ended up figuring it out. These are the retaining clips that hold the parking brake assembly in place. The 2 pins that I mentioned push through into these clips. (ie pull pins through and turn to keep them in place.)

Thanks again folks.
 
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