RIGHT REAR BRAKE LOCK, NON ABS, REAR D

1998 Plymouth Breeze

Tiny

wallus

January, 5, 2009 AT 1:28 PM

Brakes problem
1998 Plymouth Breeze 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 240, 00 miles

I have done two brake jobs on my 98 Breeze.
The first time I was not getting fluid to one side at the rear( I can't remember what side anymore )
so I replaced that sides proportioning valve to get proper flow.
I also replaced both rear cylinders with each break job.
The breaks seem to bleed easily now but since the first break job I have had a soft pedal that needs to be pushed quite low under medium to heavy breaking. The right rear wheel will grab in snow or on wet pavement but releases quickly when the pedal is released.
This vehicle has two proportioning valves, one on each rear line but I don't really rellish the thought of throwing money at it without some more knowledge.
Rear adjustment is correct, everything is working freely and I am stumped( well actually I just don, t know the next logical step)
Can you help?
Thanks in advance, Wally

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Jacobandnickolas

March, 20, 2009 AT 11:21 PM

Are the drums and shoes glazed? If so, try having the drums cut and sand the glaze from the shoes.

Let me know if this helps.

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