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Posted by ivan98gst, Feb 4, 2010
Maintenance & Repairs - Oil choices, timing belt, setting timing, CV boot replacement, alternator servicing, fuse/relay checks, and other basic maintenance, repair and diagnosis discussions.
maybe there is a easy fix insted of changeing the whole rear brake system
So the handle is nice and tight when you pull it up huh? The only other thing I can think of is that the rear brakes might just need done. How long has it been since the rear brakes have been serviced? Maybe the rotors are glazed etc. causing the pads to just not have enough good surface to hold to. Since the car is always going forward and the brakes are bedded in that way, it can hold, but going backwards it simply cannot hold.
yea i have never changed any of the brakes eaven the front, its all original stuff from 1998
i guess its about time, is there a thread of how to change the rear brakes?
How to: Replace Rear Brakes on 4-Wheel Disc 2g DSM - Team-2G Mitsubishi Forum
i have a turbo timer so i cant leave it in gear and the e brake can just slightly hold it.
im going to have to take it apart to see exactly what s the deal