Question about Chevrolet Aveo
If you can slightly jack up one or both rear wheels on level ground and put your arm just behind the rear wheel at the axle and you will feel and see several lines going to the back of the wheel.
One will be a thin steel tube ( hydralic line) NOT IT.
Another will be a flexible cable going into the plate behind the rear wheel
THATS IT !
You should be able to see the cables if you get on the ground under the rear bumper. The cables should run arcoss the axle to each wheel.
Grab it and pull back and forth real hard several times and it should release then do it to the other side. (Don't grab any electrical wires).
Make sure you have somebody with you when doing this. Hope this helps. James Booth. PLEASE RATE!!!! THANKS SO MUCH!!
Posted on May 20, 2011
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