Question about 1996 Dodge Stratus

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Passanger rear wheel

The tire will not move after pushing the brakes

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  • hob2000 Nov 08, 2008

    the right rear brake drags and burns up the brakes I have had the brakes rebuilt at lest 4 times springs ,pads,drums and cylinders and rubber brake line on that side and emergency cables and it always dose the same thing works for awhile then starts dragging and burns up the brakes and one time burnt the wheel bearing so bad needed to be replaced, only on the right rear all other brakes work fine. can someone PLEASE help. Chuck

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It's out of adjustment. Or the brake drum is out of round.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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There's possibly a broken spring in the drum and your brakes are 'locked on' or your parking brake cable is wound too tight. Did you recently do any brake work on the car? Did you slam on the brakes? A repair manual can show you step by step troubleshooting and repair instructions on the entire car, based on a complete teardown and rebuilt with pictures. I have used Haynes Repair Manual from Auto Zone for $20. Best investment for one who has a used car. Good Luck!

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