Question about 1986 Chevrolet Camaro
If the park brakes are froze then the wheels should not go forward or reverse. The transmission will have to be repaired or replaced to fix the issue.
Posted on Nov 03, 2015
No. An emergency brake on the 86 camaro engages the pads against the rotor and the vehicle would not move either in reverse or forward. It sounds like you have a gear problem in the transmission that could be related to either solenoid or actual gear wear. Assuming the vehicle is being MOVED as you say while the engine is running.. thus providing the energy to move it.. Going in reverse has the solenoid engaged one way, drive the other way. Solenoid sounds damaged at this point. Unfortunately this probably will require a transmission rebuild.
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