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Question Details Asked:Jan 13, 2008 - 08:30 AMStatus:Closed
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Could it be that the brakes have rusted to the rotors?
You need a shorter project list!!!
You have to jack up one wheel at a time to see which one has the frozen brake. The battery issue seems unrelated.
If you had your emergency brake on for two years with out touching it your brakes could have froze up. They also could have rusted together as another poster commented. You may need a whole new set of brakes.
have you checked the brakes, could be seized up, moisture from sitting outside for a couple of years would do it,
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