Question about 2005 Ford Ranger
You have either the self adjusting mechanisms too tight or the E brake cables are sticking or incorrectly adjusted. It could also be a siezed wheel cylinder as well. I would doubt the later if it was both wheels though I would not totally discount the possibly. Did you get grease, oil, or brakefluid on the shoes?Was one shoe smaller that the other.They could be on backwards.Some brakes have a primary and a secondary shoe.The larger shoe goes to the rear.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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