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How do you remove the rear brake drums on a Honda CRV - 1999 to check the brakes?

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2006-03-28 13:22:36
2006-03-28 13:22:36

Make sure that parking brake handle is in down position, remove rear tire (safely lifting one side of your car and immobilizing opposite side tire with blocks). You will see two flat head Phillips screws sitting flush in countersunk holes, remove them. You can also find two additional threaded holes, put both screws into them, and turning equally remove the drum. Good luck!

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