Question about 2003 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
A couple of days ago as I was releasing the E brake, the mechanism popped like always but the brakes I guess must have frozen to the roters. It drove hard for a while than I heard the pop coming from the rear wheels, than clanging loose metal rattling as I drove. I asked a friend and he said that as long as the calipers released, or broke off it would be ok to continue driving it. Today on my way home while in four wheel drive I felt tension like something was gripping my wheels and than a pop, like a piece of metal broke off and than my truck began to drive smooth again. Thats when I realized, later, that I lossed my four wheel drive. I don't know much about fixing anything automotive but am going to learn quickly. Please help if you can!
You need to take to a real mechanic shop,these no ´´do it by my self thing´´
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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