Question about 1992 Toyota Tercel
There is a small rubber plug on the rear of the drum (commonly known as the housing, grab a torch and a small flathead screwdriver, pop out the rubber grommet and try and see inside, there is a small lever attached to a one way sprocket, gently push the lever back and turn the sprocket, one way will tighten the brakes and one will loose them, onece loosened several turns the drum should just slide off, hope i have been of some help. also the h/b works on a different mechanism than the brakes themselves so that is why h/b sill releases fine.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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