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Screws that are installed in brake drums.

I have a 2005 hyundia accent and it had a noise,that turned out to nothing but normal,but the mechanics that checked it out mistakenly took out the screws that were imbedded into the brake drums.i later found out that they were not suposed to be taken out,and are there to balance the whele drums.so be careful about what a mechanic says.

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The screws you mention that secure the actual rear drum onto the hub assy are purely for that reason so that when you remove wheel there is no possibility of drum becoming dislodged these screws do not play a part in the wheel balance as you have been told if you think about it the drum is also well secured when wheel nuts are tightened/torqued up thes screws do sometimes sieze and are a b------ to remove on occasions ie the screw heads round off which is probably why mech did not refit but should have at least fitted replacements as you are right in saying they were'nt hope this clarifies your querie ?

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BRAKES.
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KMHDN46016V363974

ACCENT SHOE & LINING
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