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E-Brake is sticking

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by Bamahoyt, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. Bamahoyt

    Bamahoyt [OP] Well-Known Member

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    -Camper top
    I have noticed lately that my gas milage has been really poor and the I have noticed a little bit of resistance when slowing down. The other day, I put my truck in neutral and no e-brake and my truck would not move when I tried to push it. Wondering what I might need to do as I have never messed with e-brakes on these trucks or anything. Thanks!
     
  2. lunch box

    lunch box diesel mechanic

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    diff lock grey wire mod k&n77series cold air intake 2nd gen s/c water meth injection 7th injector urd 5100s lift all the way around add a leaf new excedy clutch and rear main seal scan guage 2 wet okole covers.bazooka tube.& some minor body stuff.TRD supercharger,URD 7th injector kit
    maybe get a cheap infro red thermometer and check the heat on each drums if one is hot then possibly the slave is sticking causing breaks to stay engaged it takes looking at stuff to properly diagnose but this is not common. but maybe its not in the breaks at all really you are the best person because you can see it
     
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