Remove the wheels from your 1995 Toyota Camry. Remove the brake pads by removing the brake pad Springs. Tap on the brake drum with a hammer or mallet. Slide the brake drums off. Reverse the process to install the new brake drums and shoes.
Brake vibration is usually caused by the brake rotors being warped. The rotors must be machined or replaced to correct the problem. if you can feel it in the steering then the drums are or rear rotor could be warped
Most often a brake repair simply involves replacing the brake pads. If the pads have worn too much though the rotors or drums will also need to be resurfaced or replaced. In more serious cases the master cylinder that controls the brake pressure will be replaced. Brake lines rarely if ever need to be replaced.
NO, All that will clean up with some good cleaner.
If the rotors have over heated you will get brake chatter. The pedal will shake when you apply the brakes. Usually the drums are a little tougher. The new rotors are very thin.
The only thing in an air brake system you'd really overhaul would be the compressor itself... the rest of it typically gets replaced. Valves, brake chambers, brake drums, brake shoes, etc.
If you are inexperienced, you should not be messing around with the brake drums.
Your brake rotors or drums are warped and need replaced.
The brake pads or brake shoes are worn and rubbing against the rotor or drum, Disc brakes use brake pads and brake drums use brake shoes. Need to get them replaced before they cause too much damage or you will wind up with repairs or replacement of the rotors or drums also.
New brake drums are broken in the first time you go for a drive usually.
It is difficult to say for sure how long it will take to repair brakes. It is a tedious job and will usually take from 1 hour at the very least to 2 hours to remove the drums, replace the brake shoes and determine if the drums also need to replaced. If the drums need to be replaced, it can be a 3-4 hour job.
brake drums should pull off if not rusted on.