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I've taken off the lug nuts to my driver's side rear wheel and lifted the car on the jack and have the parking break off, but I can't get the wheel off to replace the flat. Is there anything else I need to do like disengage breaks or something? I have a 2001 Volvo V70 wagon 2WD.

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Kick the tire/rim on either side and then roate and do again its just rusted on rate my advice

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Removed lugnuts but a tire will not come off the vehicle . The parking break is off, but the rear wheel will not spin. I turned the ignition on and the parking break light was not on. I lifted the parking...


Your rear wheels are not spinning because they are the drive wheels (they're connected to the transmission). If your car is in park, or any gear you will not be able to spin them unless you're the Hulk.

Your rear wheels are not coming off (probably) because there is corrosion between the wheel and the hub. The easiest way to break it loose is to put the lugnuts back in about 3/4 of the way. Lower the car down so the jack is no longer supporting the car. It may come loose from the weight, or you may need to roll the car a few feet, that usually does the trick. Alternatively, while the car is jacked up and the lug nuts are off (parking break on, and jack stands secure, hit the wheel on the inside hard with a rubber mallet, sometimes that will work too (be sure you are not under the car when you do this incase it slips off your jack stand).

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    Turn the cable adjuster locknut to make the nut loose. Find the nut at the base of the parking brake lever.

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    Raise your GT rear wheels using a jack and support the rear wheels using jack stands. Remove both rear wheels using a tire iron to loosen and take off the lug nuts. Take off the tire from the rods by hand.

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    Take off the brake calipers with a screwdriver, but do not disconnect the brake fluid lines.

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    Use a pry bar to push up on the parking brake self adjuster wheel. Locate this next to the brake caliper and it looks like a star wheel. Rotate this wheel until the rotors will not turn.

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    2. Put the jack under the back frame of the car and lift it up until the wheels are off the ground. Slide the two jack stands underneath the car right under the axles, one next to each wheel. Use the jack to lower the car onto the two jack stands.
    3. Loosen the lug nuts with the lug nut wrench, and remove the lug nuts and the two back wheels.
    4. Look for two bolts that are attached to the caliper. Remove them with the adjustable wrench. Lift up the caliper and set it on the axle, taking care not to let it fall and break.
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    6. Open the spring clips by prying with a screwdriver and take off the pads. And if the pads are stuck you can pry them off with the screwdriver as well.
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    8. Put the caliper back in place and tighten the bolts.
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    10. Lift up the hood and look for the master cylinder's brake fluid container on the driver's side of the car, closest to the driver. Top off the brake fluid, if needed.
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    Reach behind the brake caliper to locate the caliper mounting pins. Remove the pins with a 12 mm socket and ratchet. Lift the caliper from the brake rotor and suspend it above the wheel assembly with a bungee cord or wire coat hanger.

    Remove the rear brake pads from the slots in the caliper bridge. Inspect the caliper bridge and rotor for damage and significant wear. Replace the rotor if it is warped or badly scored. Scoring of the rotors can lead to break failure and will prematurely wear the new brake pads. Place new brake pads into the slots of the caliper bridge.

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    Parts:
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    o Tip: Using an aftermarket floor jack, instead of the original equipment (OE) jack, can make the job easier and safer. Verify the condition of the floor jack before use.

    o Tip: Lug nuts fasten the wheel to the hub and may be on very tight. To gain more leverage, use a breaker bar to loosen the nuts.

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    o Tip: Make sure the parking brake is released before removing the brake drum.

    Step 5 * Remove the brake drum. If necessary, back off the star wheel adjuster.
    o Tip: Hit the brake drum with a rubber mallet to break it loose from a rusted hub.

    Step 6 * Clean the brake assembly using a“wet wipe method”. This method uses a spray bottle with water and detergent. Do not use compressed air to clean the brakes. Inspect the brake shoes for wear or damage.
    o Tip: It is a good idea to leave one side assembled to use as a reference while you work on the other side.

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    o Tip: The primary spring is connected to the front (primary) brake shoe and the secondary spring is connected to the rear (secondary) brake shoe.

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    Step 9 * Remove the front brake shoe retainer. Remove the front brake shoe and parking brake link.

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    o Tip: Specialty brake tools are available to make brake shoe removal easier; but it is possible to remove the brake components with pliers.
    o Tip: While you have the drum brake assembly apart, pry the outer seal away from the wheel cylinder and check for leaking brake fluid. If any brake fluid is leaking, replace or rebuild the wheel cylinder

    Step 11 * Apply white lithium grease to the backing plate contact points.

    Step 12 * Install the new brake shoes in the reverse order of removal. Be careful to keep the new brake shoes clean.

    Step 13 * Inspect the brake drum and resurface or replace if necessary. Install the brake drum and adjust the brake shoes.
    o Tip: There is a slot on the back of the backing plate usually blocked with a rubber grommet. To adjust the brakes, insert a screw driver into the slot and turn the star wheel adjuster. Spin the brake drum and stop adjusting when you feel a slight drag.

    Step 14 * Install the wheels. Torque lug nuts to manufacturer’s specifications.

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    ) Park on a level surface. safety
    ) Block all the other wheels. safety
    ) Put the vehicle gearshift in PARK. safety
    ) Release the handbrakes.
    ) Slightly break the rear wheel lug nuts seal while on ground. Just loosen do not remove.
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    ) Check to see the wheel will turn so you know the brake shoes are not binding against the drum.
    ) Now you can remove the lug nuts and wheel.
    ) Remove the drum. Some times the drum has frozen on with rust. You may have to use a hammer and hit along the drum near the outer edges to break it free.

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