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Longer brake shoe goes in the rear, these are called self energizing brakes, this is how it works, the shorter front shoe forces the longer rear shoe into the drum when the brakes are applied reducing needed pressure to apply the brakes, the rear shoe does most of the braking..

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`right one of two problems ,firstly remove the rear drums and check for a fluid leak as a slight smear of fluid will cause the exact problems you describe ,if the rear shoes are dry then push the cylinder each side to make sure its not seized ,secondly check the load sensing valve which will be under the chassis above the back axle,if that appears ok and not seized then remove the master cylinder and take the piston out and check the rubbers and the cylinder bore for wear ,but mainly this fault is caused by the brake shoes having a slight amount of brake fluid contamination and it causes the brakes to grab

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Is there anything tricky about a front and rear break change on a 1991 grand prix


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I removed the back breaks and drum and replaced the brakes, now I can't get the drum to go on right. Can someone help?


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As you removed the brakes ,there is an adjuster on the bottom ,where the shoes go together .Is that adjusted down so to allow the drums to go on? If so some autos have a definate forward and rear shoe ,that may be looked at! Hope this helps!

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I assume you are attempting to take the rear brake drum off- if so take the wheel off of course, and tap the drum with a rubber mallet(or hammer-at own risk)- to break the drum away, some times brake drums will have one or two holes on the face, you'll be looking at the drum and see them, find a bolt that fits in the hole or holes and tighten them into the drum, it should push the drum off the shoes, be sure to pay attention to how the shoes come off take a picture of them before breaking them down its a good reference.

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The Chardes have a diagonal split system, so one of the front discs is plumbed to the diagonally located rear drum.

You may need to check the front brakes too and that they have been bleed properly.

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