Question about Mercury Sable
It sounds like lack of proper lubrication somewhere, either the brake cable got seized or the land slides on the backing plate of the rear brakes are dry, causing the shoes to not move properly. It could also be something as simple as the rear brakes are adjusted too tight. I would check the adjustment first, and then move to the rest.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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