Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Which brake is on? Emergency brake (it could be over adjusted, or the brake cable at the rear drums is corroding and the cable is not releasing.. Pull the rear wheels off, soak the cable w/ some type of penetrating oil, wd-40, etc--DON'T get any on the drum or brake pads.
If it's a front brake, it could be a bad caliper, or even the brake pad wear indicator( the wear indicator touches the rotor when the brake pads wear down to a certain point. This is a warning to replace the brake pads soon. Even though the brakes aren't on, the wear indicators sound like the brakes are dragging.
Hope I didn't overload you w/ this explanation, just trying to cover all possibilities. Let me know if you have any questions, and what you find out is wrong. Good luck! countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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