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Old 05-14-2019, 05:12 PM
JeffBrychta JeffBrychta is offline
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No e break...

I just purchased 2004 Envoy loaded all available options. Great shape had blown engine with 225k so I got a LQK engine with 60k miles on it. Rebuilt the trans. Put new Michelin's and Moto Metal rims on her. Now I have $7500 in it not to bad... BUT Now I noticed I have no e break! Continuous sequel in reverse and rotational sequel in forward at right rear tire. When break applied the noise diminishes to almost nothing. I assume it is the e shoes..?? Any tips would be appreciated. Thanks for all your advise! Sincerely Jeff Brychta
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Old 05-15-2019, 07:13 AM
NJTB04 NJTB04 is offline
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You have to pull the caliper and rotor off and check the brake shoes. Unless they're completely gone, they can be adjusted.
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