2004 Chrysler Town & Country Q&A
2004 Chrysler Town & Country Question: Rear brake drums
The rear brake drums are a push fit onto the hub that has the wheel studs to secure the wheel. I suspect rust has caused the brake drum to seize to the wheel hub. Are both drums seized? Try a good penetrating oil "rust off" or "liquid wrench" WD40 is not very efficient. Tap the center of the drum/hub area with a hammer to see if that breaks the rust bond. After that you may have to try heat from a propane torch but remember that penetrating oil is flammable!!! - patrick mannion
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