Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
You can fix it at home if you have basic tools such as socket sets, pliers and wrench sets etc.also will need screw drivers and a jack if you have these things you are all set for the job.first if its rear drum brakes try adjusting brakes to just drag against the brake drum,this might be all you need . good luck vote if this helps you
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