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Hi to get access to the rear drum brake shoes. Do you need to remove the big nut behind the wheel?
 

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if its the model with the integrated drum and rear wheel bearing, then yes, and you will need a puller to remove the drum and you usually destroy the shoe retaining clips and bend the shoes as there will be a groove worn into the drum and the shoes and drum tend to come off together.
 

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It's the latest alto.
that doesn't help, your "latest Alto" might not be the same as the latest one here, model type is required.

You don't even tell us what part of the world you are in.
 

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Sorry I didn't think about that. I'm in the United Kingdom England. According to Wikipedia it's the maruti suzuki a star. In the UK its just known as the suzuki alto. Its a 2013 version. Thanks
 

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which engine? do you have a model identifier from the info plate under the bonnet?

just saying its a "Maruti 2013 A Star" could mean its one of the genuine A Star's, or a re badged Celerio, or Alto, not a same beast as many of the other "Alto's" have different components and setups.
 
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