Question about 1997 Honda Civic
Nothing special, make sure your brakes are adjusted all the way in (backed off). If the shoes are in the normal position, ie (very close to the drum as they should be) and if any ridges or groves exists, the drum can not come off over the shoes. You have to back the shoes off all the way to create a gap then the drum can come over any groves, or ridges. Also check your em. brake make sure it is off. Once you have the shoes backed off, the em. brake off, you might have to smack the drum on the edge with a good sized hammer, not so as to bend it but you are going more for shock, to break any rust away.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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