2000 Chevrolet Blazer • 4.6L 6 cylinder 4WD Automatic • 177,000 miles
Failed inspection, Massachusettes, e brake not holding, adjusted myself, according to manual, no change, took off both rear tires and hubs, checked shoes, look ok, self-adjusters, ? I guess they are working, I can move them with a pair of sliding adjustable wrench, foot pedal for e brake, not staying down now, it use to. Have no clue what to do now, greased connections, to the units at the wheels, etc. I can self adjust till wheels dont move, then, I push in the e brake pedal, and put it in drive, will not stay. 2) the BRAKE RED ONE light is on, on the dash board.
March 9, 2014.
March 9, 2014.
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