RE: [DML] Rear break dragging
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RE: [DML] Rear break dragging



I must admit I do not know where the parking break is physically located.
Over time I have picked up that the parking break does not use the pads on
the wheel though.

The noise is definitely coming from the driver's side rear caliper.

Ed

-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Soma576@xxxxxxx

Hi Ed,

Is it the actual brake caliper or the parking brake which is causing it to
drag?

Andy 

-----Original Message-----
From: edgarbade@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:edgarbade%40hotmail.com> 
Subject: [DML] Rear break dragging

Driver's side rear brake is dragging a bit. I have almost zero knowledge of 
brakes and the manual did not help me at all. Any details on how to fix 
this?



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