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I have a 1991 22r Toyota pickup,it keeps breaking the fly wheel

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Maybe wrong position clutch disk or handbrake malfunction

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SOURCE: Replaced shoes on 1988 Toyota Pickup 2 wd, breaks

I assume the rear shoes where replaced,was this a problem before replacing the rear shoes?Adjust the rear shoes out to where the wheel drags just a littl when turning it by hand,then if you need to,bleed the brakes,bleed the master cylinder,then the right rear,left rear,then right front,and left front,do not run out of brake fluid during this proccess.

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I assume the rear shoes where replaced,was this a problem before replacing the rear shoes?Adjust the rear shoes out to where the wheel drags just a littl when turning it by hand,then if you need to,bleed the brakes,bleed the master cylinder,then the right rear,left rear,then right front,and left front,do not run out of brake fluid during this proccess.

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Cannot loosen fly wheel bolts on 93 nissan. cannot stop the fly wheel from turning


There are several methods in which you can resolve this dilemma.
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2. Another method, although it would take a little more thought an caution, use a large pry bar, placing the flat end squarely between the teeth of the flywheel. Be sure to position the pry bar in such a fashion that it will not slip, holding the pry bar with one hand and carefully working the breaker bar with a "6" point socket, NOT a 12 point! I stress this over and over with week end warriors. Any bolts which are tight and require substantial force to break loose, require maximum contact of the tool. 12 points sockets will not hold as well as a 6 point. The same goes for wrenches.
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