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Rear wheel brakes sticking and dragging,and there is a whine at rear wheels.fan heater not working. Can you help? Thank you.

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Rear calipers siezed on the slider bolts or handbrake shoe springs broken .
Lose pinion nut on the diff shaft or low oil for the whine and the fuse or relay for the fan .

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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