it can be a real pain. they get stuck good sometimes. there should be a hole in the back on the bottom. you stick a screwdriver in that hole and rotate the little gear that's inside. this is also how you adjust them. but mostly you just pound on the drum (cover) with a hammer until you knock the sucker loose.
I'm guessing that you are referring to the rear drums. The shoes should be loosened in order to clear the lip due to drum wear. There is an adjusting hole in which you would use an adjusting tool (or flat blade screwdriver) to rotate a star-wheel (gear) to back off the shoes (if the brakes get tighter, rotate the other direction). Depending on model and design, the adjusting hole may be found on the front of the drum or behind in the backing plate (look for a rubber plug).
Once the shoes are backed off, if you have only minimal rust build-up on the hub, the drum should just slide off with minimal force. Rust build-up can be broken loose with penetrating fluid and hitting the drum face (between the wheel studs) with a hammer (take care not to hit the studs). Also light tapping with a hammer on the sides of the drum near the front should help break any remaining rust free. Try to avoid hitting from the rear or side with any rear force or you may risk cracking the drum (if you are replacing it, then you can hit as hard as you want).
How do you remove the rear drum brakes on a 1998 ford escort
im not an expert but remove tire from right rear while rearend is supported should be a cover and the brakes are inside of there not sure if that answers ur question or not
Nut you see after you remove the dust cover, in the middle of the drum, 30mm socket needed to remove
You gotta remove the bearing cover do the brakes and repack it with the recommended fluid/grease good luck to ya
is it front or rear
to remove the rear speakers you only have to remove the screws securing the cover of the speakers, one of them is located nearby the rear shock cover.
to remove drums
no you do not.
u do it
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 2000 Chevy Lumina. Remove the brake spring and the break caliper. The rear brakes will come off.
Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.Remove rear axle cover, oil will drain out, reseal and install cover, fill fluid.
on what car???
To replace the rear brakes on a Volvo 850 you must first remove the old brakes. Then connect all of the wirings to the new brakes including the brake fluid line and the connection for the brake pads.
Need to know if the vehicle has rear disc brakes or drum brakes and which part of the e-brake system you want to remove, front cable, rear cables, e-brake linings, etc.
remove rear wheel, remove brakes and cylinder is held on by 2 bolts from back of plate. remove bolts and brake line from cylinder !! somtimes you can take top nails holding brakes out to allow room to remove cylinder.
You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
To adjust rear brakes on an '04 Corsa, remove the cable on the mechanical linkage of the brakes. Then loosen the lever to be able to adjust the pivots. Tighten the lever and return the cable.?æ
You can remove the rear light cover on your Peugeot 607 by squeezing the tabs located in the middle of the light cover together. Once the tabs are depressed the light cover should come off.
manualy adjust the brake calibur on rear brake slot located under rear axles on the inner brake cover.
Begin by removing the cover from your rear speakers. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker. The rear speakers will come out.
To remove the rear bumper cover on a 1993 Ford Taurus wagon, the lights need to be disconnected in the rear. Once all electrical connections are disconnected in the rear, remove the taillights and the fuel filler overflow hose. Remove any nuts and bolts holding the bumper cover on. Using needle nose pliers, pop the push pins around the bumper cover upwards. Slowly pull on the bumper to remove it.
First take out the lower rear seat cushion. Then remove the rear seat back. Loosen the clips on the plastic panels that cover the rear pillars. You should then be able to remove the carpeted cover and get to the speakers.
Yes - some have drum rear brakes and others have disc rear brakes
Remove the cover in the rear window.