Question about 1987 BMW 3 Series
I tried to back out of the driveway, and my driver's side rear wheel will absolutely not move. I recently replaced all the brakes on the car, so I am wondering if it related. Or if it is something wrong with the rear end of the car. Any ideas where I can start looking?
Sounds like you have over adjusted the brake shoes, they are very tricky to get the balance just right and after a drive they expand from the heat. so remove the rear wheel & back off the adjustment a few turns then go for a drive to get some heat into them. jack car up and check by turning wheel with your hands, it should move freely, there will be a little resistance from turning the diff. hope this helps.
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