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Repair brake drums - 2001 Nissan Sentra

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  • dskiff Oct 03, 2008

    same deal with my car, doesnt happen all the time but its in the same place as you described on yours

  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    same problem.

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I'm not very good at all when it comes to fixing cars so this could be an easy fix but i don't know....here's the problem though...i have a 2001 Nissan Sentra GXE, 1.8L and when i apply the brakes when driving there is a knocking sound coming from the back passenger side of the car...i'm assuming this is the brakes...i've been able to remove the brake drum but i don't really know how to check it to make sure that this is the problem...my bigger question for u is that if the brake drum is the problem, is it just a matter of taking the old brake drum off and putting on a new one????

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    drum.
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