Haven't been driving it - insured to "sit". Moved it a month ago - all was okay. Driver's side rear. Want to assume it's the parking brake on that wheel. Maybe pounding on the outer drum? Moved to wet climate (Oregon coast) a couple months ago but is an Ohio car so not much different. Suggestions ... or, Answers?
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Brakes lock up all the time especially when sitting and being damp, Try rocking car back and forth and if that don't take wheel off and procide with BFH
emergency brake.thats the only thing.check the brakes,thats your problem
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Yes it could be brake locked to inside of drum. Try rocking car back and forth to see if it will release.
Not a serious problem, and very common. Your drum has some surface rust in it, causing the brakes to stick to it. Two ways to rememdy this. Easy way, just drive the car, it will free itself up in a few seconds or so. Hard way, pull the drum off and sand it with 220 grit sand paper.
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use a screw driver to back the self ajuster off..
it is in the slot on the bottom of the backing plate
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Just take the tire off and bang the drum with a hammer, if you are not able to move the vehicle at all. Here is the URL for auto zone in case you need info like putting in new brakes or whatever.
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