Question about 1998 Honda Prelude
If your rear brakes alway engage then u need to check your slider and see if it rusted if it is need sand smooth and lubricated with grease.But that what shops recomend u to do. If that is find then try to turn the piston clock wise to see if they move in but becareful they but boot rubber shouldn't move muchl. If it does check the piston inside the boot see if there any rust there. What i did with integra was i took the brake caliper out sand it careful and lub it and put it back in. After that i had to bleed the brake all 4 of them. If you don't know what u doing then replace it. After rear brake calpier servicing start the engine and depress the brake pedal several tiems to set the self adjustin brake. Raise the rear wheels off the ground.Make sure the parkin brake arm on the rear brake caliper contact the brake caliper pin. Your e brake should on click 6-10 if not adjust under the arm rest in the car at the back of it. When your parking brake are down, make sure the parking brake do not drag when u spin the wheel if it does adjust it the nut for the parking inside the car.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
Parking brake cable is seized or improperly installed.... check that.
I'm uncertain what you mean about the calipers.... but having to push the cyclinder back in to change the pads is normal..... do one at a time. after you have installed the pads, pump the brake then do the other ..... check your brake fluid level when you are done as well.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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