Hi, I cannot remove the rear brake drums from a 1993 Ford Thunderbird. The repair book I have says there are adjusting screws that can be accessed by removing these rubber plugs from the access holes. But there doesn't seem to be adjusting screws inside. And one of the pistons is blown and has fallen apart, so the adjusting screws would not help get the drums off, since there's no brake pressure anyway. I've tried prying and hammering the drums and they will not come off. It's possible the drum on the bad side is somehow jammed on. But the drum on the good side won't come off either. So I'm assuming there's some trick to removing the drums.
Thursday, February 15th, 2007 AT 3:28 AM