Question about Ford Escort
On the back of the drum there is a rubber plug pull out and use a brake adjust tool and turn it up or down until the brakes contract should come off if not the do this. you will have to heat it up around the whole drum and then pry it off . use to good screw drivers and slide them in to the back of the drum and dust shield and pry it off. put one at 9 and one at 3 (screw drivers) sometimes it can be difficult.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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