Brakes

Asked by BigG100 Jul 17, 2019 at 01:24 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just put breaks... Pads, rotors, shoes, and drums
all the way around on my 1994 chevy s10 pickup
truck.  My rear passenger side tire is stuck.
Everything is bled and adjusted. The tire was
rolling before I put on the brand new brakes on. But
before I put them on the back passenger tire. I did
find that the springs were backwards from the
person I bought the truck from, the wheel cylinder
was leaking, the shoe's were cashed, and the
adjuster was in pieces. I've taken it apart many
different times to make sure everything is working
and it is... I have plenty of brake pedal from
bleeding the brakes. I'm stumped!!! Please help
throw me some ideas???

2 Answers

Possible adjusted too tight? Back it out with the star adjuster thingy

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It is possible that you have an adjustment problem as advised above. But this is a twenty-five year old truck. You might have a defect in that wheel that's preventing movement.

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