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  1. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    Preparing to re-do the rear drum brakes on a 2001 Camry. I bought a set of Wagner Thermoquiet shoes only to discover they did not come with the pins installed upon which the parking brake lever pivots. In one thread I read, the author couldn't get the pins seated into the new shoes and had to...
  2. Camry 1st and 2nd Gen (1983-86) and (1987-91)
    Have a nice 91 Camry with 265K - love it, hopefully we'll make 365K. Started getting a noise in drivers rear brake when stopping so thought time for shoes. Bought shoes, hardware kit, and wheel cylinders. Pulled the driver’s side off and shoes were WAY worn. Replaced all and new wheel cylinder...
  3. Corolla 7th Generation (1993-1997)
    Hey. So I was working at the shop with my mechanic and I decided to change my drums. I had replaced the shoes and wheel cylinders but could hear a squeaking after driving so I decided to replace the drums. My drums were like the original drums so they had been pretty worn down. We tried to...
  4. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    This is on a 01 Camry LE... The issue in question started when I had to remove a stuck wheel when I got a flat tire from a screw. Lots of (reputable) people told me to air up the tire, loosen the lug nuts a little, and drive and brake rather hard to dislodge the rust between the wheel and hub...
  5. Tercel, Paseo, Starlet, and Sera Forum
    1993 tercel. im having issues getting the air out of my lines (I assume). just replaced new shoes and pads all the way around. The front were ok, but still changed them. had the front passenger caliper disconnected from the line to clean it since engine oil was gummed up all over it. I obviously...
  6. Camry 3rd and 4th Gen '92-'01, Solara '99-'03
    I have read several threads on this forum about adjusting the rear drum brakes - usually in conjunction with a brake job - and most mention the rear brakes are adjusted by operating the parking brake, *not* by backing up and stopping like most old-school drum brake systems. My question is: if...
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