How to Recognize the Damaged Brake Drums and Shoes in the Car

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The brake drums and brake shoes are important parts of a car’s braking system. They need to function well to stop the car. And when they are damaged, you will start to listen to abnormal noises while applying the brake. You may also experience uncertain braking and vibrations from the brake pedal. See this slideshow to be able to recognize damaged brake drums and shoes in the car.

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How to Recognize the Damaged Brake Drums and Shoes i n the Car

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Brake drum and shoes are the vital components of the braking system.

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Brake drum serves as the brake disc and brake shoe serve as brake pads.

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Look like bowl-shaped component and attached to each wheel of a car.

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To slow down the wheel, the brake shoe pushes against the brake drum.

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Below points help you to recognize the damaged brake drum and shoes.

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Brake Noises

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Weak brakes cause noise when you step on the brake pedal.

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Reason behind is that brake drums are unable to absorb the heat from braking.

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As a result, heat builds up, put stress on the braking system and damage it.

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Vibrations Of The Brake Pedal

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Using the brakes continuously may wear out the brake drums.

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Worn out brake pads cause vibrations of the brake pedal.

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Inspect the brake drums and shoes for on-time replacement.

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Uncertain Brakes

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Damaged brake drum and shoes can cause slowing down issues in the car

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Other brake problems may revolve around these components.

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Modern car with disc braking system indicate faulty discs and pads.

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Loose Parking Brake

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To keep the car parked securely, parking brakes depend on the brake shoes.

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Damaged brakes and shoes cause parking brake issues in the car.

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As a result, parking brakes are feeling too loose and slip the car a little.

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Conclusion

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If your car has a damaged brake drum and shoes, then inspect it.

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Your mechanic will inspect it and replace it if needed.

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