Question about 1995 Ford Aspire
You need to check you brake shoes on the rear to see if you have worn them out. If you find the brakes are worn out replace them. If they are not worn out they may just need adjusting or they may be glazed over from the heat and need replacing. They are self adjusting but you have to back up quite a few times for them to adjust themselves after you ran with the parking brake on. You can manually adjust them yourself. Adjust until the wheel locks up and then back off just enough for the wheel to turn freely.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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