Question about 2003 Toyota Corolla
Your emergency brake is off, right?-had to ask, if so you need a heavy hammer (like a 4 lb sledge) and hit the drum where the shoes are, get a heavy flat bladed screw driver and wedge it between the drum and backing plate and pry it in a few different locations-use WD40 on the center of the drum where it fits around the axle, that can help, let it soak and keep trying to drive it off-as long as your brake is off, it will come off, it is just seized on due to rust, being adjusted a tad too tight, and years of being on there.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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