Question about 2002 Saturn Sl
You can rent a contraption called a drum puller at any tool rental place. Make sure you liberally spray some type of nonflamable anti-corrosive agent around the stud holes and smack it a few times with a hammer as you pull it off. There are self adjusters for the shoes inside the drum which usually push the shoes so far out that they hang up the drum. If there is any way to get a flat bladed tool through the backing plate and back off the adjusters it would help. Used to be a small oval opening for that purpose, suppose that is gone these days.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Call junkyards, look on ebay or craigslist, and find out. You are obviously going to need a used part. Having located a used part, find a mechanic to find out how much the labor will be.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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