Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
I have a 1994 s10 pickup 2 wheel drive that i put new brakes on the front and checked the rear and they were ok but now every time you apply the brakes to slow down the rear locks up what could this be the master cylinder .thanks for any help, oh without it running their is not any brake fadeing and no leaks are present.
If you have drum brakes on the rear and I am pretty sure you do, and you had to remove the drums you will need to adjust the rear brakes back to the point of almost touching the drum while jacked up and spinning the tire. Not to tight. The brakes are probably traveling so far to hit the drum that they lock up. This will be more noticeable when raining or damp weather. Hope this helps.
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