So the car I got has been sitting in the spot and has not physically moved in like two or three months. I got it tagged and titled today so I was going to move it closer to the house to clean it up and when I tried, both rear tires would move very slightly. Maybe a half inch and then locks and slides instead of rotating. I had the e-brake up the entire time since it was sitting on a slight incline. Rookie mistake, right? I was doing some research into and it may be the e-brake is not releasing properly, and some movement may release it. So I tried giving it some movement back and forth to try to free it, but it did not do much. I also saw that the brake shoe may be rusted onto the brake pad since I had the e-brake on the entire time and was wondering what you have in mind in terms of what may be the reasoning they are not giving and rotating and maybe the resolution to the issue?
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 20th, 2016 AT 4:42 PM