Question about Subaru Legacy
Friend, You are right when you say that modern brakes are self adjusting. BUT, there is a limit to it. You cant expect it to adjust till it wears out completely and the metal starts touching metal on the other side. Please get the brake shoes changed as it would not only solve your problem but also be safer to drive the car. All the best, friend.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Set the emergency brake.
Locate the shifter lock override slot located on the shifter console near the shifter lever. Normally, the slot is plugged with a small plastic cap.
Remove the plastic cap covering the override slot and insert a key, nail file or similarly shaped object into the slot and push down.
While pushing down, depress the brake pedal, grab the shifter and push in the shifter lock button located on the shifter as you normally do and then move the shifter to the Neutral position. With the brake pedal still depressed, start the engine with the shifter in the Neutral position.
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