How to Replace Install Rear Drum Brakes 1998 Toyota Camry BUY QUALITY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM

How to Replace Install Rear Drum Brakes 1998 Toyota Camry BUY QUALITY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace your own worn, squeaky, fading old brakes. This video is applicable to the 98 Toyota Camry

🔧 Instructions:

1. Removing the Wheel 0:52
2. Removing the Brake Shoes 1:18
3. Installing the New Brake Shoes 6:51
4. Reattaching the Wheel 13:07

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Joseph White says:

So mine are rusty and won't come off. What should I do?

Poopy Pants diggity says:

Makes ya think twice about buying a car with pads vs. Shoes. Is it really necessary to buy the whole kit vs. Just the shoes?

young Boyce says:

What brand of brakes shoes did u use

Soy Eldiego says:

Nice video! So far you have save me lots of $$$ Keep them videos coming and stay safe…

Danielle Maese says:

Thank you just saved a lot of money. Great video

manithong sounthavong says:

good job a lot of help thanks.

Imdawrench says:

Super video

Daniel Lopez says:

Thanks a lot, you helped me with my brakes installment, so at least i can subscribe to channel. Keep going…! And again thanks alot…!

canon5789 says:

Would not hurt to wear safety glasses……..dealing with springs

anonymous says:

if your parking brake lever in your camry takes more than 4-5 clicks before working do this first. while at a complete stop, pull up lever as far as it will go (IF YOUR STONG DONT GO NUTS HERE)then reverse car a couple of feet. repeat if necessary. this works on all toyota drum brakes. may need to do again in a few months. toyota drums don't have separate adjustment for e-brake so if your e-brake lever is out of adjustment your rear brakes are out of adjustment so basically you have no rear brakes. if you get in the habit of using your ebrake daily or weekly that may keep them adjusted too or at least you will know when they fall out of adjustment again

Paul Downey says:

The correct parts and excellent videos how to do it.

Fifi Fornow says:

So there are no brake pads in the rear of a Camry? I have a 97 and just trying to figure out what parts to buy

trungqdo1 says:

Awesome , Thanks

Dennis gmail Chuang says:

This is a professional video!

Paul Navara says:

Easiest and most clear video of brake work I've seen online. Good camera work and directions.

threeque says:

This video is top notch. Thanks so much.

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