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When inspection of the brake drums indicates that turning of the drums is not possible because the metal is too thin, it is time to replace the drums.

Caution: Older brake linings contain asbestos, which is a health hazard if inhaled. Wear a face mask when working on drum brakes to avoid inhaling asbestos particles. Keep dust levels down; do not blow or vigorously brush accumulated material from brake parts.

  1. Block the rear wheels to prevent movement and apply the parking brake.
  2. Loosen the front wheel lug bolts/nuts, then raise the front of the car and place it securely on jack stands.
  3. Remove the front wheels.
  4. On the driver's side front wheel, remove the clip which secures the speedometer cable to the dust cap using a small flat-blade screwdriver.
  5. Using a large screwdriver, pry off the dust caps that protect the wheel bearings (both wheels).
  6. Loosen the spindle nut lockbolt with a 6mm Allen wrench.
  7. Remove the spindle nut and thrust washer from the end of the spindle.
  8. Note: The left-side spindle has left-hand threads.

  9. Pull the hub assembly out slightly, then push it back into its original position. This should force the outer bearing off the spindle enough so it can be removed. The outer race remains in the hub.
  10. Remove the bearing.
  11. Note: Group the various axle parts and stow them in plastic bags for cleaning later.

  12. Pull the brake drum and hub assembly off the spindle.
  13. Note: If the brake drum spins freely but you are still unable to remove the drum, the shoes may have worn a groove in the drum over time. Insert a brake adjusting tool through each of the two adjustment holes in the backing plate and turn the adjusters so that the shoes move inward enough to clear the ridge on the brake surface. (See our Brake Adjustment Procedure.)

    Note: Remove the brake drum without using excessive force to avoid damage to the wheel bearings, etc. Gentle tapping around the rim with a rubber or copper-faced hammer, together with pulling by hand, will usually get the job done.

  14. Pull off the brake drum and wipe dust from the inside of the drum with a cloth soaked in a water/detergent solution. Avoid inhaling the dust.
  15. Inspect the braking surface inside the drum. If it is excessively scored, that's why we're here!
  16. Cover the spindles with plastic bags and seal tightly to keep grit off of the threads. Slosh detergent/water solution over the exposed brake assemble to remove dust.
  17. If you are going to be working on other parts of the braking system in addition to replacing the brake drums, run the Brake Shoe Replacement and the Replacing Wheel Cylinders procedures at this point.
  18. Once you have completed working on the brake shoes, cylinders, etc., return your attention to the new brake drums. Install new inner and outer wheel bearing races in the new drums in accordance with the Wheel Bearings Procedure.
  19. Note: In our experience it saves a lot of frustration to pay the man and have the inner and outer races pressed into the drums at a machine shop.

  20. Repack the inner wheel bearing with grease (see the above procedure) and install it in the inner side of the brake drum, then install a new grease seal (again, per the Wheel Bearings Procedure).
  21. Install the brake drum on the spindle and repack the new outer wheel bearing in accordance with the above procedure.
  22. Replace the thrust washer and spindle locknut, then adjust the bearings in accordance with the wheel bearing procedure.
  23. Adjust the brakes according to the Brake Adjustment Procedure.
  24. Replace the front wheels and lower the car to the ground. Fully tighten the lug bolts/nuts.

  1. Block the front wheels to prevent movement.
  2. Fully release the parking brake.
  3. Back off the brake adjusters slightly.
  4. WITH THE REAR WHEELS STILL ON THE GROUND, remove the cotter pin from the castle nut on the rear wheel shaft. Mark both the nut and the end of the axle where the cotter pin went thru so you can torque the nut to the same place when replacing it. Break the rear axle nut loose with a 36mm (1-7/16" socket) on a 3/4-inch drive breaker bar and "cheater" -- a length of pipe about four feet long to slip over the braker bar to give more torque. Remove the castle nut, then raise the car.
  5. WARNING -- Loosen the two castle nuts (one on each side) while the car is on the ground. The castle nut should have at least 217 ft-lbs of torque on it -- the leverage needed to remove it is enough to topple a car off the jackstands.

    Note: If you car is equipped with spinners (like ours is), the castle nuts will not be accessible with the wheels on the car. After removing the rear wheels, we had success with lowering the brake drums down onto large blocks of wood and firmly appling the parking brake. This plus the weight of the car on the wooden block held the brake drums in place while we removed and later replaced the castle nuts.

  6. Loosen the wheel lug bolts/nuts and raise the rear of the car and place it securely on jack stands.
  7. Remove the wheel lug bolts/nuts and remove the rear wheels.
  8. Back off the brake adjusting stars, then remove the brake drum from the splines in the rear wheel shaft.
  9. Note: If the adjusting stars are "frozen" in place, it is often possible to loosen them with a good penetrating oil (we prefer Kroil). Even with the adjusting stars turned all the way in, it still may be difficult to remove the drum, and the wheel may be "stuck." This is usually caused by the drum rusting to the brake shoes after sitting too long. Someone has suggested disassembling the rear brakes by first removing 36 mm axle nut, then drilling out the pins which hold the shoes in place (from behind) and removing the wheel cylinder bolt from behind the shoe plate. Then you should be able to use a puller carefully to remove the entire assembly.

    Speedy Jim writes - Before attempting to disassemble the brakes as suggested above, remove the tire/wheel and tap the drum on the side with a hammer, all the way around. You can place a piece of wood between drum and hammer to soften the blow. Often, this method will break the rust loose and allow you to remove the brake drum.

  10. Inspect the braking surface. If it is excessively scored, that's why we're here.
  11. If you're going to be working on the brakes (i.e., shoes, cylinders, etc.) do that now in accordance with the Brake Shoe Replacement Procedure.
  12. Since there are no bearing in the rear brake drums, installation is straightforward. Simply slip the new drum onto the splines in the rear wheel shaft.
  13. Note: The only problem you may encounter is getting the new drum over the new shoes. Back off the brake adjusting stars completely to provide clearance.

  14. Lower the car to the ground and firmly apply the parking brake.
  15. Torque the axle nut to 217 ft-lb.
  16. Note: Hopefully you marked the axle nut and the end of the axle so you can return the nut to the same place (i.e., achieve the same torque). If not, and if you don't have a torque wrench that reads up to 217 ft-lb, measure the length of your "cheater" bar and estimate the amount of weight you will have to apply to it to attain 217 ft-lb. For instance, if the total length of your "cheater" is four feet, you will have to apply 54 lb to the end of it to get 217 ft-lb on the axle nut. It's okay if it is a little over, but it must not be under 217 ft-lb.

  17. Adjust the brakes according to the Brake Adjustment Procedure.

 

 
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How much does a Brake Drum Replacement cost?

On average, the cost for a Volkswagen Jetta Brake Drum Replacement is $271 with $157 for parts and $114 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
1987 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.6L DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$619.92Shop/Dealer Price$729.90 - $1005.86
1984 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.8LService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$847.33Shop/Dealer Price$1022.10 - $1485.53
2010 Volkswagen JettaL4-2.0L Turbo DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$478.03Shop/Dealer Price$578.31 - $847.61
1987 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.6L Turbo DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$791.66Shop/Dealer Price$956.56 - $1397.32
2014 Volkswagen JettaL4-2.0LService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$497.02Shop/Dealer Price$599.34 - $870.16
1994 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.9L DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$850.63Shop/Dealer Price$1020.72 - $1461.13
1992 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.6L Turbo DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$796.14Shop/Dealer Price$958.89 - $1393.80
1983 Volkswagen JettaL4-1.6L DieselService typeBrake Drum ReplacementEstimate$694.42Shop/Dealer Price$837.06 - $1216.54

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What are brake drums and how do they work?

A brake drum is a heavy, cast iron brake system part that looks like a shallow, several inches-high cylinder about 9 to 12 inches in diameter. The brake drum has a precisely machined surface all around the interior circumference, that the brake shoes make contact with when you apply the brakes, transmitting hydraulic pressure through the wheel cylinder. This forces the brake shoes outward against the interior of the brake drum, resulting in the friction that causes the car to slow. The brake drum is mounted over, and fully encloses, all of the rear brake components such as the wheel cylinder, springs and clips, brake shoes, and parking brake mechanism. The drum is commonly held to the wheel hub by the wheel and the lug nuts, but some configurations combine the drum with the wheel hub as one unit. Nowadays, a drum brake type system is only installed on the rear axle, if used at all, as 4 wheel disc type systems have become more common.

When to consider replacing brake drums:

  • Reduced braking effectiveness. If the brake drum is unevenly worn, scored or cracked, it will increase stopping distances. A cracked drum must be replaced outright but a worn drum can be restored on a brake lathe so long as enough metal material remains.
  • Pulsating brakes, pulling to one side, vibration or noise. If a brake drum is warped, is unevenly worn, or perhaps the brake shoes have worn down completely — creating metal-to-metal contact — you might detect pedal pulsation, the vehicle may pull to one side, or you might feel a vibration or hear a noise when you apply the brakes. The brake system will have to be inspected to pinpoint the exact problem.
  • Brake shoe replacement. Anytime the brake shoes are replaced, the drum must either be resurfaced or replaced outright. Installing new brake shoes on a used, unresurfaced drum will lead to poor results.
  • Loss of parking brake function. The parking brake locks the brake shoes against the brake drum. If the brake drum is cracked, the parking brake lever will pull up excessively and the car may still be able to roll. However, a more common circumstance is parking brake maladjustment or seizure of parking brake components. Repair of those problems will often require removal of the brake drum.

How do mechanics replace brake drums?

There are two options when it comes to brake drum service: outright replacement or resurfacing. In some cases, it is cheaper to replace the drum rather than refurbish it. In both cases though, the removal and installation procedure for the drum is the same.

  • Raise the vehicle and safely support it using steel jack stands.
  • Remove tire and wheel assembly.
  • Remove brake drum. Sometimes the brake drum has rusted to the wheel hub and removal of the drum will require a brake drum puller. In some cases, the wheel hub is integral to the brake drum, in which case the hub-bearing retaining bolt and the wheel bearing must be removed to replace the drum.
  • Measure the interior diameter of the machined surface in the drum with a brake drum micrometer or similar measuring tool. If sufficient metal exists to resurface the drum on a brake lathe, the mechanic will compare the cost of such restoration to the alternative: buying a new drum.
  • Prior to installing the resurfaced or new drum, the brake shoes, springs, wheel cylinder, parking brake mechanism, and backing plate are all inspected. All worn parts should be replaced. Generally, if drums have been replaced or resurfaced, new brake shoes should be installed. The worn shoes will cause irregular wear in the brake drum and reduce braking effectiveness.
  • The shoes are adjusted and the drum is installed. The wheel and tire assembly are installed and torqued in the proper sequence and the car is road tested to check the operation of the brakes.

Is it safe to drive with a brake drum problem?

No. Should there be a deficiency with the brake drums, stopping distances will not be as short as possible. In a panic stop, stopping just five or ten feet shorter could be the difference between no collision and a collision. Any deficiency in a vehicle’s braking system is a cause for concern and a potential safety issue. Have the brake drums inspected at your earliest convenience to determine if a problem exists and find out what must be done to fix it.

When replacing brake drums keep in mind:

  • With few exceptions, brake work on one end of an axle should be performed on both ends of the axle. Should a brake drum on one end of a front or rear axle be serviced, or brake shoes on one end are serviced, both sides of the axle should receive the same service. This helps to avoid problems, such as pulling, vibration, and so forth, once the vehicle is returned for use.
  • Brake drum systems use very powerful springs to keep the brake shoes in position. These springs are exposed to extreme heat. It is best practice to replace all springs whenever new shoes are installed. Should a spring unexpectedly break in the brake drum assembly, a mispositioned brake shoe could cause the brakes to grab and lock, which would pose a safety issue.
  • If the wheel hub and bearing are integral to the brake drum on your car, the mechanic may recommend replacement of the grease in the wheel bearings and inspection of the wheel bearings.
  • Since the arc of the brake shoes will not perfectly match with the arc of the drum when new, expect a bed-in period before maximum braking efficiency is achieved.

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Bleeding Your Brake System

Whenever work is done on the Beetle brakes, such as after the replacement of any brake parts, the brake system must be carefully bled. The work is done after the brakes are adjusted.

You will need a container that is partly filled with new brake fluid. You will need tubing, 3/16" i.d. Also the following: a helper and a box wrench. This is usually 7mm but replacement brake cylinders may have 1/4" or 5/16" brake valves. So choose the appropriate wrench for your brake valves.

Take off the brake reservoir master cylinder cap. Check the brake fluid. If brake fluid is dirty it must be replaced with new brake fluid.

Loosen the bleeder valve first at the wheel cylinder that is the furthest away from the master cylinder. This will be the rear right or the rear left, depending on the location of the brake reservoir in your particular Beetle.  Loosen this brake valve slightly in preparation so you know it is easily manipulated.

Apply the box wrench to the valve and put one tubing end over it. The other end of the tubing should be submerged in the container of brake fluid. It is best if this container is clear plastic or glass. Get a helper to pump the brakes slowly to pressurize the system and then have him or her push down on the brake pedal and hold it down.

Now open the bleeder valve slowly, to begin the flow of brake fluid. The brake pedal will lower and air bubbles should exit the tube. Tighten the brake valve and have the helper return the pedal to its regular position. Keep doing this until there are no more air bubbles in the container. Clean fluid should come out of the valve and then you can tighten the brake bleeder valve.

Repeat this at the other rear wheel and then the two front wheels. Check the fluid level in the master cylinder which should be refilled to the mark on the reservoir.

 

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DRUM BRAKE SHOE ANCHOR PIN, BUG 1946-67, GHIA 57-67

Item #: 113-609-279CBrake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts|Misc. Brake Parts

USD3.003.0013.00

131-405-615A131-405-615ANew

BRAKE DRUM, 5 LUG, FRONT, BUG 1966-67, GHIA 1966-67, THING 1973-74

Item #: 131-405-615ABrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD64.9564.95164.95

131-405-669131-405-669New

AXLE NUT, FRONT LEFT, BUG 1966-79, GHIA 1966-74, TYPE 3 1966-73

Item #: 131-405-669

USD9.959.9519.95

131-405-670131-405-670New

AXLE NUT, FRONT RIGHT, BUG 1966-79, GHIA 1966-74, TYPE 3 1966-73

Item #: 131-405-670

USD9.959.9519.95

181-501-615A181-501-615ANew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR, THING 1973-1974

Item #: 181-501-615ABrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD128.00128.001128.00

211-163211-163New

PLUG, REAR INSPECTION, 6 PCS, BUS 1974-79

Item #: 211-163Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Brake Shoes & Springs|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals|Chassis & Pan, Parts & Seals

USD4.504.5014.50

211-405-615A211-405-615ANew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT, BUS 1955-1963 (Image may differ)

Item #: 211-405-615ABrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD99.9599.95199.95

211-405-615AG211-405-615AGNew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT *GERMAN* BUS 1955-1963

Item #: 211-405-615AGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

211-405-615C211-405-615CNew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT, BUS 1964-67 (Use Front Wheel Seal Part # 211-405-641B with this drum)

Item #: 211-405-615CBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD124.95124.951124.95

211-405-615CG211-405-615CGNew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT *GERMAN* BUS 1964-67 (Use Front Wheel Seal Part # 211-405-641D with this drum)

Item #: 211-405-615CGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

211-405-615D211-405-615DNew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT, BUS 1968-70 (Use Front Wheel Seal Part # 211-405-641C with this drum)

Item #: 211-405-615DBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD103.95103.951103.95

211-405-615DG211-405-615DGNew

BRAKE DRUM, FRONT *GERMAN* BUS 1968-70 (Use Front Wheel Seal Part # 211-405-641C with this drum)

Item #: 211-405-615DGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

211-501-615A211-501-615ANew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR, BUS 1955-1963 (Image may differ)

Item #: 211-501-615ABrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD99.9599.95199.95

211-501-615AG211-501-615AGNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR *GERMAN* BUS 1955-1963

Item #: 211-501-615AGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

211-501-615E211-501-615ENew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR, BUS 1964-67 (Image may differ)

Item #: 211-501-615EBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD99.9599.95199.95

211-501-615EG211-501-615EGNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR *GERMAN* BUS 1964-67

Item #: 211-501-615EGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

211-501-615F211-501-615FNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR, BUS 1968 (Image may differ)

Item #: 211-501-615FBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD99.9599.95199.95

211-501-615FG211-501-615FGNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR *GERMAN* BUS 1968

Item #: 211-501-615FGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD214.95214.951214.95

211-501-615G211-501-615GNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR, BUS 1969-70

Item #: 211-501-615GBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD89.9589.95189.95

211-501-615GG211-501-615GGNew

BRAKE DRUM, REAR *GERMAN* BUS 1969-70

Item #: 211-501-615GGBrake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums|Brake Drums

USD189.95189.951189.95

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