I need to know the correct orientation of the rear brake shoes for a 1996 Toyota AE101 sedan. IE:- Looking at the RIGHT rear wheel, which shoe is in the forward position? is it the shoe with the lining that goes all the way to the top or is it the shoe with the lining that stops 40mm from the top? Hoping someone can help.
Re: 1996 toyota corolla rear drum brake (Australia)
To remove a stuck brake drum what I do is. there is a couple of holes in the drum a size 10mm nut screw hole. get two 10mm bolts screw it in the two OPPOSITE holes and screw in at the same time until the drum is free. we call this screws extractor. Check for any damage in the shoe and other parts because you are force extracting the drum
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you should have backed off the e-brakes before you installed new shoes. if you had to hammer the drums on that should have been a clue that you did something wrong. you will have to get the drums off some way and check to make sure you didn`t install something in the wrong way.
check that the shoes you used are the same width as the ones you took off or the drums have been machined to the width of the new shoes.. As shoes come in varying widths for different models of the same vehicle ( station wagon and utility shoes are generally wider than sedan shoes) it is possible that you were supplied with the incorrect items.
To adjust the rear brakes you need to turn the adjusting screw, which is a piece between the brake shoes that has indents around it to help you when adjusting. You need to turn the adjuster enough so that with the drum, it will spin but is firm. Let me know if you need more direction.
the shoes on drum brakes should auto adjust by backing up and applying pressure to the brake pedal (you may hear a clicking noise from the springs on the adjustment stars as they turn). If this does not work, the mechanism may be broken, aligned improperly or stuck by corrosion. Most drum brake assemblies have an access hole in the drum or backing plate to make manual adjustments, comment back to me if u have these access holes and I will walk you through the procedure...(check your shoe lining thickness as you may just need new brake shoes)
Definitely do the timing belt & plugs if not done already! Depending on how the job goes $300-$500. Rear drum brakes on these cars have a tendency to last a VERY long time(I've seen 150,000 miles) because the majority of the braking gets done in the front.
Check that the brake shoes are adjusted correctly and that the new shoes ar'nt to thick.It is always better to skim the drums to fit new shoes if needed.Poor wheel cylinder will cause no brakes at that wheel unless it is siezed and not releasing