Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
CHECK YOUR CALIPER FOR BINDING ( RUST BETWEEN THE CALIPER AND THE BRACKET ). MAKE SURE THE PISTON MOVES FREELY BY PUSHING IT BACK INTO THE CALIPER. REMOVE THE ROTOR AND CHECK THE PARK BRAKE SHOE HOLD DOWN, IT MAY BE BROKEN.
DID RUST BUILD UP ON THE PARK BRAKE AREA OF THE ROTOR CAUSING IT TO TOUCH THE PARK BRAKE SHOE WEARING IT DOWN. THE CLEARANCE SHOULD BE AROUND .026. I ADJUST THE SHOE TILL IT TOUCHES THEN BACK IT OFF 6-7 CLICKS ON THE ADJUSTER. NOT THE WAY IT SHOULD BE DONE BUT IT WORKS.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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