Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
Trying to check my rear brakes and the drum is not sliding off easily. do i need a special tool or is there something im not doing right????
Never use a solid hammer use a rubber hammer and tap it
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Take a ball peen hammer and tap all the way around the drum alot of times the drum is seized up by the brake dust or from wear of the shoes you may need to get your drums turned. When you tap the drum use some force not like driving a nail but hard enough to accomplish something.
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