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Hi. there..... they are probably in need of some maintenance.
road dust and water. strip down and clean,

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While trying to change my pads i noticed my rotors seem loose, also i cant get the brakes to stop grinding, squealing after reassembly.

Shane, rotors may seem loose until wheel is on car and torqued to specification, I recommend you take car in for your brakes to be inspected, estimate and repaired at a good shop. Arrange your appointment time so you can be there and watch how it is done and learn from it. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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My brakes keep locking up

This sounds like the master cylinder has a problem with the check valves these are internal in the master cylinder. After removal of the master cylinder check to see if the rod coming out of power brake unit is threaded it may be to long and holding residual pressure in the lines keeping the front brakes applied. Testing for residual pressure is easy drive until locks up just turn bleeder screw without touching brake pedal if fluid sprays out fluid is not returning to master cylinder. good luck.

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My 96 toyota camry will not go in any gears and i never had any signs of slipping

Assuming the shifter cable is connected to the trans, its probably something inside the transaxle which is beyond most DIY.
If the shifter won't move out of park it could be the brake light switch or the lock actuator in the console.

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96 camry ignition key very hard to turn. have to violently jiggle, turn wheel, stomp brakes to get ignition to turn. is it ignition, steering lock, breaks?

Have you tried getting a new key cut? Worn keys can do that. Other than that I would say a worn out ignition lock cylinder. Mike

Jun 14, 2011 | 1996 Toyota Camry

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Cant remove rear brake drum off 96 camry idailed the brakes back off drum i have hit it very with hammer it wont move do i get a bigger hamer?

Providing you didn't go the wrong way with the adjuster screw, you should be able to get a couple of screwdrivers in between the drum and the shoe from the back. Just pry it out a little at a time and keep working your way around. The drum could also be rusted on to the axle hub face. Give it a crack with a hammer and see if it moves around the studs at all. Some wd40 or other lube may help. Spray it in around the wheel studs.

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