Question about 1992 Ford F250
Well my 1988 ford f-150s differential broke down and we changed it put another one and now when we put the truck on drive reverse or even on nutrual the back tires lock and wont even budge an inch until we adjust the brake pads from the back so that they can realese the brake pads from the disk so that the tire can spin onece again but the thing is that when we adjust the brake pads from the back and we put the truck on reverce but this time we do not apply any presure to the brake padeal but press the parking brake the tires atomaticly stop completely like they should but then when we realese the parking brake the tires spin again like they should but then we apply presure to the brake peadal the tires once again lock but i dont know what could be going on to tell you truth....
It just happenned to me with my ford f-150 1997, turned out to be the rubber hose that was clogged so it couldn't relieve the pressure in the lines....
it should be located on top on the differential if you don't have disc brakes on the back.... but if it is disc brakes you should have a rubber hose on each side....
Posted on May 01, 2009
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