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Rear brake noise in 2005 toyota corolla thumping noise after new shoes and drums

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SOURCE: 1996 toyota corolla rear drum brake (Australia)

to remove a stuck brake drum what I do is. there is a couple of holes in the drum a size 10mm nut screw hole. get two 10mm bolts screw it in the two OPPOSITE holes and screw in at the same time until the drum is free. we call this screws extractor. Check for any damage in the shoe and other parts because you are force extracting the drum

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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SOURCE: 1993 Toyota Corolla rear brakes

While you have the lower spring compressed, reach behind the backing plate and turn the pin to line it up to the slot, instead of turning the spring. Good luck. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: remove stuck brake drum

you have to get a brake adjusting tool and a screw driver....

put the brake tool in and locate the adjuster wheel, use a screwdriver to release the locking prawl, its tuff but doable.

If there are no access openings to the adjuster, either in the drum or backing plate, then you need to work it off with a few pry bars

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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SOURCE: I removed the rear wheel

The holes are toward the center of the drum, about 4 inches apart. they don't look like much and are easy to overlook. Check your repair manual. On some front wheel drives (undriven rear wheels) you take the axle nut off and pull the hole drum and hub assembly. Some of these are not ment to have their hubs separated from the brake drum. If You don't have a repair manual I would recommend you pick up one. The ones you can get at your local auto parts store are not to expensive and cover the things that you and I may be trying to do on our own.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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