Question about Lincoln LS
It is probably rusty and needs grease. Spray it first with wd40 or something and ones it is loose put some grease on it. You know that part of the brake system is meant to slide freely if it don't it will wear the brakes out very fast, and you wont have no brake on that wheel.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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