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My 2003corolla hand brakes(only on rear right side drum) drums whenever it passes on a boss. bumpers were suspected & changedbut the same drummy noise is still heard. what should I do? Thanks for ur help.

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Im not sure what the problem is, when you step on the brake you hear a drum noise from the rt/rear wheel,or is something wrong with the emergency brake, if the problem is a noise when braking then try to resurface the drum and also make sure the backing plate is not hitting the drum.

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