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I had a simimilar problem with a mazda mpv. start with checking your fuel gauge level then check for a leak.do this after you driven the car for a while.knowing that it is an older car it could be rusted fuel lines or paunctured fuel tank.
if you have not disassembled the brake yet than remove the wheel take the dusk cap off of the drum and remove the nut and pull the drum and bearing off of the hub. then take your camera and take a picture of the brake assembly so you can remove and replace the parts in the right position.