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How do you Take of back brake drum on a peugeot 106?


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2009-12-03 13:46:52
2009-12-03 13:46:52

jack vehicle up at back according to manual,
remove rear wheels,
remove the small cap from the centre of the drum being carefull not to damage it to much,
use a 32mm socket to undo the hub nut,dont loose the spacing washer,
pull the drum of,if it wont budge give it a gentle knock with a hammer,
also you could slacken the shoes by means of looking through one of the holes in the drum and spot the auto adjuster,
put moderate pressure on the lower part of the adjuster with a screwdriver

i find the best way to remove a sticking drum is to when the center nut is removed put the wheel back on and give it a wigle works every time


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