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Made noise when turning, now has hole in drum towards the back where the wheel turns the drum, hole about 2in. around

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I've seen a few drums where the welded seam of the drum cracked, which causes a thumping noise. I guess if you let that go too long, you will end up with your senerio. Time to replace the drum.

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your guide wheels that the drum rides on at the back of the dryer could b worn or where they sit on the post to turn on the actual wheel the center may b gone so wheel is wobbling instead of running . UNPLUG THE DRYER BEFORE U TRY THIS there should be an access door that u can pop off take a flaslight and look at back of the machine in the hole just under the drum on each side for cracked or worn wheels . Turn the drum by hand watching for any jumping of the drum if the wheels or the belt r bad this will cause that noise if u r a handy person u can usually buy a kitt where you get the new wheels and belt otherwise the other option . is to have repair guy come in to change it. there is also a felt ring that goes all the way around the edge of the drum this can either wear out or actually come off the drum this felt is also on the back of the drum when checking wheels u should b able to see it check for wear and tear

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3 methods: Sometimes you have to get to the adjusters from behind the drum, and turn the brake shoes inward, so the drum slides past them. Sometimes tricky to turn the adjuster wheel inside the drum (look for a rubber plug to remove and see the adjuster.) A couple of small screwdrivers will be needed, one to turn the adjuster wheel, and one to push a little clip away from the adjuster wheel so it can turn-tricky till you get the hang of it.
2. Best way to remove the drum, if your drum has two small drilled and threaded holes just out from the drum's center hole and opposite each othe on the drum-those holes are for drum removal. Find or buy two short bolts that will fit the holes and turn them in evenly. The bolts will contact the backing plate and force the drum outward. Usually you need to get it just moving a very little, then it will come off.
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I have a 2002 Toyota Camry v4 with ABS. When I turn right I hear a rubbing/grinding sound coming from the rear driver side wheel area. It doesn't happen all of the time. If I have been driving for more...


May be a wheel bearing and one can test this:  Raise vehicle and spin wheel while you hold your hand on the strut-spring.  If you feel a vibration and is different than the other, probaby is your wheel bearing.  Typically a wheel bearing will make noise when turning one way, and less or no noise when turning the other - doesn't have to be a sharp turn.  

I, however, suspect that (assuming its drum brakes and not rotors) that the springs holding the brake-pads on let go or something is in the drums - perhaps just corrosion or around the out lip of the drum where it contacts the backing plate - or the backing plate (Steel disk behind the drum) itself is rusted and bending into the brake drum, or perhaps you just need brake shoes.  Try putting on your E-brake but not too tight and move car back and forth several times, then put a little tighter and do again - this may cure the problem some, but sounds like you need rear brake adjustment or cleaning.
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Only a few things will make that noise. The squeaking is caused by a moving part having trouble turning while rubbing against a fixed part.
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