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Learn how to make final adjustments to the brakes on a car with expert automotive tips in this free online auto repair and car maintenance video clip. Expert: Nathan McCullough Bio: Nathan McCullough graduated from Nashville Auto-Diesel College with a GPA of 3.5 and received their Craftsmanship Award and Honor Seal. Filmmaker: Robert Rogers

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19 Responses to “How to Adjust Brake Drums on Cars : How to Make Final Adjustments to Car Brakes”

  1. damo1128 says:

    if you put them rubbing you get less fuel economy but safer brakes

  2. timothyprucha says:

    Nice Explanation. You taught ma a few new things. Thx. Keep up the helpful how to’s.

  3. six66www says:

    Thank you

  4. edwardjohanbol says:

    Nice one! I can fix the drums on my pickup now, instead of having to pay a garage! Thanks

  5. Ironhide528 says:

    Short and too the point. Imma go do that now.

  6. mikehoppett says:

    NO…. cos yours self adjust!
    Every day is a school day eh??? HaHa

  7. timblake2000 says:

    even better ay!

  8. doggyme1 says:

    how do you no when they are set rite

  9. callidore says:

    To let the wheel turn, the shifter must be in neutral?

  10. doggyme1 says:

    call them expert village when they need to crawl on the floor to get the job done but thats what i like a mechanic that gets on his hands and knees

  11. renell says:

    this guy does everything ass backwards you adjust the brakes before you put the drum back on idiot expert village get another tech to do your videos

  12. ohyeeah02 says:

    You would only have to put it in neutral if the drums are on the drive axle. Most car are front wheel drive and the drum brakes are usually in the back .

  13. anselmo666666 says:

    No, you can’t test to see if the brakes are adjusted properly if the drum and wheel are not on.

  14. renell says:

    not true

  15. supermanmick says:

    u lock the shoes on then back it off until 4-5 turns n the wheel spins smoothish

  16. alexanderjdiaz says:

    Thanks a bunch…. Very use full video.

  17. dapimpplayarob says:

    that 1 revolution adjustment is wrong,cause a rear wheel drive car has more of a hold up than a front drive cause of the gears and rear axle, the right way is to adjust till u get slight friction when it turns,and then get a mic and adjust to the same measurment on the other side.

  18. josemustang65 says:

    its 2 turns for old cars

  19. batlin says:

    Wow, it seems so wasteful to have even that much friction all the time. You’re basically wearing away the drum brakes and spending extra energy any time the car is moving?

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