Were is the adjuster? What does it look like and how do I back it down?You can try and backing the adjuster down, so that the shoes contract. Hit the brakes a few time doing this, to try to center the shoes. Also, make sure your emergency brake is not hanging up, on that side. If the cable feels tight, try to disconnect it, or wiggle it around in a circular motion, until it feels loose. You can spray WD on the cable too, that helps loosen them, if they are stuck.
Hey Brookwood61, that did the trick. Took a bit to figure it out, but when I did, I loosened the adjuster and the frozen drum started moving. THANK YOU SO MUCH!The adjuster is accessible on the backside of the brake plate. There should be an oval plastic or rubber plug. Take that out, and you will see the star adjuster. I'm guessing that you don't have an adjuster bar, so maybe a screwdriver will grab the teeth. Turn it the direction that feels like it is loosening.
The parking brake cable should have a little spring movement to it, if it is not froze.
On my 86, the drums have 2 8mm holes by the studs. If you have these, thread 2 8mm high grade bolts into them, a little at a time on each. When they feel tight, tap around the drum all around with a hammer, then tighten and tap again.This might pull them off, that is if 95's have the threaded holes. I'm sure someone with a 95 can say for sure.