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Chrysler Town & Country Minivan Rear Drum Brakes

How do you remove the rear drums on a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country Minivan? I am trying to replace the brake shoes and drums.

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I replaced the brake pads on a '94 Chrysler town and country, I had the rotors turned also, I did not use any anti-vibration substance on the shoes. I hear a clicking noise from front brakes.

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Remove tire remove center pin and nut if needed and any othe bolts then pull straight off. Make sure parking brake is released or drum will not come off.

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Not sure of particulars of this vehicle, but normally you must:

1. properly jack & support vehicle.
2. cannot have the emergency brake on, as this will prevent removal.
3. Remove tire.
4. Often, if this is the first time to remove, must remove some small retaining clips on the threads of the lugs. These are for factory shipping only, I usually destroy them in removal & discard.
5. Slide the drum off. Sometimes it requires the drum to be gently worked off if the brake shoes are in close contact with the drum.

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No you don't not on the front or rear, if ti is a 4x4 or all wheels drive you might have to if you have to replace a rotor but no. You have some screws that can hold the rotor in place but to pull the pads you remove two bolts holding the caliper on, the rear if it has shoes has to have the screws removed to remove the drum to get to the shoes. if it's Drum brakes the shoes may come apart and make it hard to get to but still pull off.

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