Question about 2003 Saturn L-Series
If the emergency brake is not engaged it could just be the pads not being fully released. At the base of the back side of the wheel there should be a **** that is covered by a small rubber insert. If you remove the insert you should be able to use a brake adjuster or flat head screwdriver to back the adjustment off and loosen the rear pads on that side. As I remember the assembly you will want to insert the blade of the screwdriver at an angle pointing down into the slot then pull the handle of the screwdriver downward to loosen. If it were a matter of tightening them it is very easy, backup in a straight line at about 5mph and stomp the brake to actuate the auto adjuster.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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