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Re: 1992 Chevy Beretta rear brake system
Most likelly your wheel cilinders are leaking you need to pull the drums and you will see it right away, but if not go to autozone.com and you can buy the repair information for that specific car, just look for alldata.
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which you have to get separately at your local part store. The other components can be obtained by purchasing a hardware kit. Which contains springs, keepers, pins....ext One kit contains this hardware for both sides of the rear brake system.
It sounds like something in the left rear drum is causing it to lock up. It may be contaminated linings, from a leaking wheel cylinder or maybe some broken hardware. You'll have to remove the drum to take a look.
frozen or engaged parking brake cable or possible bad brake hose but that would cause both to lock is the other wheel cylinder leaking? that would releave pressure from the wheel . a fluid leak (axle seal or cylinder) can cause the locking feeling because it slips then catches when the fluid wears off hope this helps
Is there air blowing out the vents? If not then you most likely have a bad blower motor relay. The relays are in you fuse box in the engine bay. Switch the horn and blower motor relay and see if the blower motor works then. If so they you have a bad relay. They can be picked up at any auto parts store.
If you have air blowing but its not hot then you have a cooling system issue. Check to make sure your coolant is full in the radiator and the overflow. Also make sure the car isn't overheating. Could be a bad thermostat, water pump, radiator or low on coolant. If low on coolant check for leaks.
The brake light is probably on because your brake fluid is low. But this is also an indication that you brake pads may also be worn and need replacement. The brake system is designed so when the pads are low the fluid will drop in the brake resovoir and turn on the brake light. So inspect your brake pads or have them inspected. A leak in the brake system could also cause the light to come on. But do not ignore the light and find out why it is on. If the brakes are good and the fluid is low you could add some brake fluid to the resovoir but I would not top it off and if the light comes on fairl quickly then the brake system may have a leak.
I would say that your heater core or one of the heater core hoses has started to leak. Check the hose clamps to make sure that they are tight. Fill the coolant system and run the car. Check to see where the leak is, you may need to put the car on ramps so that you can see the leak better.