Question about 2001 Pontiac Sunfire
You need to have, or clean and adjust the rear brakes yourself if you wanna do it yourself, remove the wheel, and brake drum sometimes you have to tap on the drum with a hammer, and of course can't have the ebrake on. after the drum is off spray the inside of it, and the brakes with some brake cleaner available at any parts house until clean. then take sand paper, and scuff up the shoes and inner drum surface reassemble and it should be good for a year or 2 unfortunately its the nature of the beast replacing brake shoes with high quality expensive shoes does help though
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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