Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Not easily for sure the cables rust back by the rear end and usually wheels have to come off even to oil them properly caution do not get oil on the brake shoes or pads . you will have no brakes if you do .
Posted on May 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the parking lever will move, try putting it to normal unlocked position, then kick the rears tires to see if the drums will release. If the car starts, it may help to heat things up.
You can also try manually rocking the car back and forth with the parking lever down.
If you can see under the chassis, you may find the wires have become loose or disconnected, which (if there's room) you may be able to reconnect.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
could be in the turn signal switch all that goes thruogh it. also check under rear if it has or had a trailer hitch.adaptor for trailer lights may have come unplugged or is bad
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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