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89 toyota corolla rear drum brake problems.....

On my 89 corolla 4A-F I cannot get the drivers rear wheel assembly apart, mainly the brake drum assembly, so that I can replace a lug nut stud and now brake fluid is pooring out from inside the drum assembly. How can I get this assembly apart?

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There should be three or four large nuts on the inside of the drum. now these nuts are on realy good so it takes a lot of force to get it off if you have trouble getting it off you should get an extender to help with the force. Now with the break fluid going every were it could be cause you broke the metal tube.that is easy to replace. just follow it up and undo it.

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