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Remove Rear Brake Drums on Hyundai getz

How do i remove Back Brake Drums , so i can inspect for wear.

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A picture would be helpful.

Posted on Mar 09, 2013

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1. After removing the wheel, remove the brake drum. 2. Remove the shoe hold down spring, the automatic adjuster spring and adjuster lever.
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3. Spread the shoes and remove the shoe adjuster. 4. Remove the shoe to shoe spring and shoe hold down spring.
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Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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Try using a hub puller. I used one with sucess on my 2004 Aveo. The Aveo has studs that are installed in the brake drum (rather than in a hub behind the drum). I used a hub puller with arms that bolted to the wheel studs with a center screw that drives down on the spindle (visible after the drums dust cap is removed). Remove the cap and the spindle nut, install the puller, and a few turns are all that are needed to pop the drum off.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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Pops out, then remove 4 screws which mount the audio & instrument panel.7be2186.jpg

Posted on Jun 05, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you remove rear brake drums on 1999 subaru impreza

u need to remove small rubber dust cover from back side of brake backing plate. then with a sturdy but small screwdriver,thru this hole, u need to locate auto adjuster plate inside drum, u push small driver against this so it is pushed off the adjuster cam, then with flat screwdriver, or adjusting tool, at same time as u are holding adjuster plate, back off adjuster wheel as far as it will go this is akward to do, but brakes need to be backed off to enable drums to be removed drums wear and develop a lip on edge u should then be able to slide drum off. if still hard tap with a hammer while pulling drum

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: how to remove rear brake drums on 2002 frod escape

Behind the brake mounting plate there is a small hole with a rubber plug on the top portion.

Remove the plug. Look from the back of the vehicle and you will see a star wheel in the hole. Stick

a long skinny screw driver with a large blade and rotate it in the direction of risistance.(clockwise).

You will hear a spring poping noise. Rotate a few times and the drums will turn freely.

Then you can slide the drums off.

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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1.Remove rear wheel and tire assembly from vehicle.

2.Remove rear brake drums from hub and bearing assemblies after loosening the two brake drum screws.
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3.Be sure that the parking brake pedal is in the release(most upward) position.

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7.Install the brake shoe upper return spring, strut spring and the lower retracting spring to the brake shoe.

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9.Install the adjuster spring on the adjust lever and leading brake shoe assembly.

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2.Measure the thickness of brake shoe lining.
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Minimum : 0.04 in (1 mm)

3.If the shoe lining is less than minimum or shows signs of uneven wear, replace new one.
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4.Measure the inside diameter of the brake drum.
Standard : 10 in (254 mm)
Maximum : 10.07 in (256 mm)
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5.If the inside diameter of the brake drum is more than maximum or shows signs of uneven wear, replace new one.

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  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
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  2. Adjust the brake shoes according to the procedure in this Section.
  3. Install the brake drum and the wheel and tire assembly.
  4. Lower the vehicle.
http://www.chiltonlibrary.com/content/images/8665/images/86659045.pdf

http://www.chiltonlibrary.com/content/images/8665/images/86659046.pdf

The 2 links are diagrams for shoe placement and the automatic brake adjuster.
Be sure to have the drums turned before installing the brake shoes.

Hope this answers your question. Best of luck on your repair.
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