Question about 1994 Ford Escort
You need to de-adjust the brake shoes. The rod which screws into itself and holds the shoes apart is part of the auto adjustment system and must be screwed together to allow the shoes to return to their original position to let the drum pass over them. Make sure that the auto adjuster finger is correctly positioned on the knurl. When the drum is replaced, adjust this adjuster until the shoes just touch the drum when it is spun by hand. This might not be the exactly the same as your brakes but should give you an idea if what I mean above.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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