Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
I think you will find that the brake shoes are locking the wheel due to the wheel cylinders not being able to return fully. On trucks that use hydrolic brakes you can find a small wheel type adjuster in the backing plate. Usually 1 per cylinder and theres often 2 cylinders per wheel. Try to de-adjust the wheel cylinders to free the wheel. This wil only allow the wheel to turn. After a brake aplication u might find the wheel is back to the original situation. So i suggest removing the brake drum and investigating further.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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