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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its A Rear Tire Id Guess Its Gotta Be A Problem With The Brakes And Not The Brake Pad. I Would Recommend Taking It To A Mechanic If Thats Not An Option Get The Book. Jack Up The Vehicle And Remove The Suspicious Tire. Mark One Spot On The Drum And One Spot On The Center Hub. Then Check The Inside Of The Drum Once Removed And Inspect it Also Check Your Brake Pads. Not Many People Know That Drum Pads Release Outward Instead Of Inward Like Disc Brakes. Hopefully This Will Help You
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
jack up the truck, remove back brake drums and loosen emergency brake hardware next to calipers. Reassemble and lubricate all cables.
That's it in a nut shell.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: Parking Brake Alarm
inset the key and switch on to position 2
Scroll through the warning display untill you get the service indicator apears
Press and hold the reset button on the left of the dash apnel for about 4 mins
You will be asked if you want to reset
Press anh hold the reset button again until you hear an audible warning
It should now show the new interval to a service
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
usually if you grab the e brake cable just in front of the rear wheel and shake the hell out of it on each side of the van it will let go. later you should fix the problem because it will only get worse.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
You have a 16 year old car and I would bet the brake fluid has never been changed. First thing to do is replace all the brake fluid in the system and bleed the brakes. Start at the RR then LR >> RF and end at the LF. The contaminated brake fluid may be causing the calibers to stick. You may end up having to replace the calibers. It is also possible you have a brake hose that is collapsing. If so the brake hoses will need to be replaced. It can also be the brake booster causing this but that is rare. Possible but rare.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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