Question about 1997 Toyota Paseo
Remove the rear wheel & spin the brake drum. Listen for noise. Next, remove the wheel bearing cover/cap, and remove the drum & wheel bearing. Spin the hub, listen for noise. You either have rust buildup on the interior of the brake drum or bad wheel bearings.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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