Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
My Dodge 2000 Caravan just came out of the shop (broken tire rod). I drove the vehicle home (2kms) and parked it. A week later, I hop in, turn it on and put it in reverse. It fetched up and wouldn't move (forward or backwards). It feels like the emergency brake is on but I have pressed and released it several times. Any advice? I've checked my fluids and everything seems good to go.
When they replaced the tie rod or when the tie rod broke, it might of damaged the rubber line on the brakes. It wont leak, but inside of that rubber line it may of collapsd causing the brake fluid to apply the brakes but wont release the fluid back to the resivor.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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