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How to deglaze brakes, 2002 Ponitac sunfire

My brake aren't grabbing like should and rears are locking up, and get vibration under floor board
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    need to replace rear drum on sunfire, how do you remove it?

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Ok for the front brakes ,, change the pads if they need it and if there glazes you will have to get them machined by a machanic shop if u take them off you self and get them done when u put it all back togeather you will have to bleed them there is a nozzle behind the calapiers you pump the brakes 5 times and hold down and another person releases the nozzle to let all the air out repeat untill only fluid comes out both sides and be sure to check your brake lines for any cracks or leaks

-for the rears
if there discs reapeat as above
if there drums
take of the drum blow all the dust out be sure not to breath any in (quite poisin)
check the pads if buggered replace
check the inside of the drums (can also be machanied)
and check the wheel cyilinders if any is leaking
thats as much as i can help
if u do all that u should be fine
remember saftey first

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