I'm replacing the wheel cylinders and shoes on my 2004 Tundra (2WD V8) and I'm confused by the parking brake mechanism. Not only does it not adjust once I put the spring back in place, but my brakes don't match images I've found online nor does it match the dealer's diagram. However, the dealer did confirm I have the correct part number. Here's a pic of my setup. The adjuster lever is mounted to the back side of the rear shoe opposite the parking brake lever. It will not advance the star wheel when I pull on the brake cable. My parking brake has never actually worked amd I'm wondering if it's because I have the wrong part. I don't see how it could work the way it is. The end of the adjuster is jammed up against the shoe, so how is the lever supposed to move? Here are a couple pics. Driver and passenger side shown (sorry if this confuses things).