Question about Ford Expedition
One suggestion if the shoes and drums are good, simply adjust the tension on the parking break
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
If your truck has rear disc brakes I'm sure it will need every thing to make the e-brake operate again. Those vehicles have a problem with the e-brake shoes and hardware rotting out and falling out. This is no quik fix and is not a job for the novice. You may want to take it to a repair shop and have it evaluated. If you have the knowledge to work on it your self I will be willing to answer any specific question for you that I can. Thanks and I hope this helps......Dan
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