Question about 1999 Suzuki Esteem
There might be two small holes in the drums use two 3/8 by 2'' sae bolt to run the drum off
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
You're gonna need to replace the drum if it can't be turned when you're done. make sure the parking brake is OFF. have you tried backing it off using the adjuster (in the hole in the back plate? if so, take a hammer(big one), pull on one side of the drum and tap on the other, alternate sides until you get it off. when you get it off take off the other side ( DO ONLY ONE SIDE AT A TIME, USING THE ASSEMBLED SIDE AS AN EXAMPLE). you will need a couple of tools to make it easier if you will be doing this regularly. your auto parts store will be able to help you there. if not a flat head screw driver, a pair of needle nose pliers and a pair of regular plain old pliers. you can llok up the rest on google.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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