Kia Motors first began selling the Sedona mini-van in the USA in 2002. This was Kia’s first offering in the mini-van category, and a number of cost saving design features were initially incorporated into the design to help keep the selling price low. One such feature was the use of drum brakes on the rear wheels of early Sedona models sold from 2002 to 2005. Owners of these early Sedona models can benefit by learning to service the rear drum brakes themselves.
Tools Used: Tools, Lug nut wrench, Car jack, Safety stands, Wrenches, Hammer or mallet, Screw drivers, Pliers, Brake grease, Brake cleaner spray, Catch pan, Wire brush, Rags, Brake drum micrometer
Replace Rear Brake Shoes