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Rear drum won't adjust

I have a W (2000) Hyundai Accent and the near side rear drum refuses to adjust itself, the offside does no problem. all parts appear to be in good condition.

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  • Ross Love Jun 17, 2009

    thanks for your reply but the link doesn't work, would you check and repost please? Thanks again, Ross



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Hi from uk i have given same advice/remedy re your problem on rear auto adjust on accent if yo click onto the following it will help you to check problem and manually adjust rear brakes ? http// accent

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  • silver top Jun 19, 2009

    hiya from uk sorry for delay but here goes the post concerning how to o/haul and manually adjust rear brakes is a reply to another post with instructions how to diy the post is- http//www.FIXYA . com/cars/ t 232239 - rear brake 2002 hyundai accent if still no joy? try asking fixya to post relevent post /reply i gave my user name is silvertop also try skipping back thro past page approx 1xweek? to reply to rear brake drum removal on accent my reply /instructions are what you req to your problem hope this helps? ps have tried to post to you but will not recognise your name on post sorry



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