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
Take the wheel off to see if you see a caliper for a disc brake or a drum for a drum brake.
Back off the self adjuster and the e-brake adjustment.
brake fluid leaking from a brake drum indicates the brake slave cylander on that wheel is leaking and needs to be replaced you will not see the actual leak with out removing the brake drum
I think there is a rubber gromit on the back of the drum, take it off and use a brake ajuster tool to move the shoes in to let the drum free
Put wheel back on drum (with hub nut removed) and kick the wheel to loosen the drum.
Brake drums can be resurfaced by turning the brake drum in a brake drum lathe. When the brake drum has deep grooves in it, it cannot be repaired.
First off, you need to take any tension out of the parking brake cable. If it is still siezed up you need to work the parking brake actuator back and forth at the wheel until it frees up. If it is still siezed up hit the brake drum with a large hammer as you pull on on the drum. If it is still seized up take cut the drum off with a torch.
jack up, take wheel off,take off drum cover remove 4 bolts on back of brake drum and take out axel with slide hammer.heapresto
You will have to get a brake spoon and from the backside of the drum pull out the rubber plugs and look inside and you will see a gear wheel, the wheel needs to be turned downward to back the brake shoes off from the drum and then the drum should come off.
remove wheels remove brake drum brake drum is not bolted on ,but if it will not slide past brake shoes,you need to get under vehicle and back brakes off until they clear the drum then slide drum off remove brake parts, placing them on a towel or something similar ,and in the order that you take them off a good idea is to place each brake shoe,one to right and one to left of parts.you can then compare new brake shoes with old and know which one and how it installs on backing plate. wash all brake parts with a brake leaner one peice at a time and place back in order on towel washing with gaseline will not remove brake fluid now assembly of new brakes is exact opposite of dissasembly once assembled and brake drum back on , the brakes need to be adjusted.then test brakes
It sounds like your brakes are grabbing, which is often caused by oil, grease or brake fluid on the brake shoes or drums. Take the brake drum off and if you find any contamination on the lining or the drum use brake cleaner to remove it.
Remove the wheel and tire. Next, remove the axle end cap. Remove the brakes and all hardware. The brake drum will slide off.