2002 4-door Honda Accord has 80,000 miles, replaced font brake and rotors with 10K miles,
Right side rear brake drum makes high pitch sound whenever I release the brake pedal.
Problem can be reproduced at the following steps:
1) Park the car, turn off the engine.
2) Step on brake,
3) Release the pedal, squealing sound from rear brake.
I'd like to know what cause this problem, should I replace the rear brake shoe, drum?
Is this a safety problem? What will happen if I ignore this problem, any damage to the car?
Another question, unlike Disc brake with wear indictor, how do I know if it is a time to change Brake shoe or drum?
You need to pull the rear drum off and get a look. IF the linings are 1/th inch or leass, replace them IF no and nothing oabvious is found, spary the brake area down with brake clean and adjust them back out til there is just a hint of drag on it.