Thread: Brakes
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Old 03-26-2014, 03:47 PM   #146
oaklandish_WRX
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Originally Posted by Udigod View Post
Yes, i did have my parking brake on the whole time. When i put my parking brake down, the brake light does go off. wouldn't that mean it has nothing to do with my parking brake?. i'll try rocking it back and forth again, but if it doesn't work? would i have to remove the rear tires and try doing it manually?
The light on your cluster has zero to do with the position of the e-brake pads that are prolly stuck to your rotors; only with the position of the handle. Keep rocking it.

edit: Jeesh, I gotta type faster...

Could also pull wheels, and back off the e-brake adjuster wheel thru the backing plate, then pull the rotors and clean up/service to remove rust n crap that caused the seize. Check service limits of pads (emerg and regular) and rotor (again both) while at it. GL bro
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Last edited by oaklandish_WRX; 03-26-2014 at 03:53 PM. Reason: duplication
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