Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
The drums are stuck because a groove the width of the brake shoes is worn into the drum causing a lip on open end of drum. you will have to force the brake adjusters to loosen shoes. it isnt easy to do but you got to take a small screw driver and push the ratchet that tightens the brake shoes away from the teeth on the adjuster wheel then turn the wheel to loosen. i sometimes would just cut off the hold down pins from the backside of the backing plate then just carefully pull drum off so as not to damage the wheel cylinder and other hardware
Posted on May 10, 2010
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