Question about 2006 Dodge Dakota
Disk brakes are not adjustable. As they wear out, they adjust themselves through the pedal pressure and the liquid that goes down the tubes. Old drum brakes, when you remove the wheel, they have a small "window" wide enough for a flat screwdriver to go in and twist the adjusting screw that looks like a cogwheel. Newer versions of drum brakes also have self adjustable parts, that are hold together with a set of expanding springs and tooth wheels.
Early wear of brakes is a common "illness" of all vehicles with automatic gear box.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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