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Rear breaks on 2007 caliber

I cant seem to remove the rear break drum on 2007 Caliber. Is there something special i need to do?

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    how to replace rear struts on a 2007 caliber

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    how do you remove the rear struts on a2007 dodge caliber

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    remove and replace

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Just curious, why would anyone try to fix brakes, a MAJOR safety item ,when they cant even jack the car up?? as a licenced mechanic i will gladly stand infront of my brake job...as for those that think they can ..call me so i'll know to stay home....
1 in four vehiceles you pass every minute of the day has some kind of brake issue

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It's hammer time! Give it a few cracks around the face, 12:00 then 6:00 then 3:00 then 9:00. If it's not off by then your not hitting it hard enough.

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