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Re: 94 jeep grand cherokee limited locked rear brakes
Check and try to loosen the brake adjuster (parking) all the way if not you have to remove the rear wheels and remove either the drum or the brake rotor assembly in order to check the lining for the parking brakes
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it could be,, check the brake line going to the brake and see if it has play ,, also, it could be the caliper isn't flowing , once they get overheated the grease in them ( the slide pins) tend to get stuck ,, pull the caliper apart and clean all the old grease of and re lube them
It sounds more like your rear end has a bad bearing or a bad pinion gear. If it has high miles it may be time for a rebuild. It could be brake related also, take off the back drum and see if anything is rattling around in there or broken. If your not hitting the brakes they shouldn't engage.
I got a 2007 jeep grand cherokee diesel and at times the service park assist will flash and the engine light will come on. a box forms around the gears on the display and it feels like it trannys slipping and its rough out of 1st gear. if you throw it in neutral then back to drive everything is fine again. After hours of research i found that you have to get your computer flashed. It if commom for many people and the dealership wont know what your talking about. so you have to lets them know!!!! else they have no clue
You say they replaced basicly everything that involes the rear brakes.
Every step they took to find the problem could lead to the solution,BUT
did they check the inboard brakes. The brake system on a jeep that has
rear rotors have inboard shoes for the parking brake.
You could have a parking brake cable that is frozen (this will cause a
drag on the inboard brakes. Do you use the parking brake? Maybe the
parking brake shoes are adjusted too tight?
call jeep and give them last 9 digits of your vin and ask for three things -Differential Type,Gear ratio, and Track lock- They will give you 1) Dana 35 or 44 2) Gear Ratio 3.31 or 3.73 3) Track Lock - yes/no
I bet you still have air back there. If you didn't bleed the system after the master you need to do that. Bench bleeding a master doesn't always work.Also badly out of adjustment rear brakes can act the same way.
have you tried manually unlocking the hatch to reset the security
system?? My 94 grand cherokee limited did not have a key pad to turn system on/off...i have reset it by turning the key in the rear hatch lock to the left twice...see if this works. - SmokeWrench