Stuck drums happen regularly on cars and is one of those real curssed type things! When it does, the word easy is not one that comes quickly to mind in relation to it. Frequently by the time your done, other words will. Make sure you back off the adjusting star all the way - even releasing hydraulic bleeder can help. Bang, bang, bang. Liquid Wrench (especially if the studs are through the drum). Various pullers (there are some common ones that can fit many wheels). This is not a time for restraint...fact is drums are cheap and may not be able to be turned (warped, worn, rusted, etc) anyway.
To remove a stuck brake drum you will need to use a brake drum puller to get it off. Many auto parts stores have a loaner tool program where you pay a deposit for the tool and get your deposit back when you return it.
1. Remove the brake hose to caliper bolt from the brake caliper. 2. Remove the brake hose from the brake caliper. 3. Remove and discard the 2 copper brake hose gaskets. These gaskets may be stuck to the brake caliper and/or the brake hose end. 4. Cap or plug the opening in the brake caliper and the brake hose to prevent fluid loss and contamination. 5. Remove the 2 brake caliper pin bolts. Remove the park brake cable from the caliper. 6. Remove the brake caliper from the brake caliper bracket.
Remove your front axles.
Air tools and PB Blaster.
stuck parking brake cable, over extended wheel cylinder, or your brake springs broke. check the back of the drum and wheel for fluid(black and wet)wich would be a wheel cylinder. if it occured after using the emergency brake then it is probably the cable otherwise you will have to remove the tire and inspect the brakes
It is the slot up top, just below the brake line.
Brake light switch stuck, defective, or out of adjustment.Brake light switch stuck, defective, or out of adjustment.
A stuck parking brake could be caused by several things. The brake cable that operates that brake could be stuck, or the mechanism could be stuck at the wheel. The wheel will need to be removed and the cable and emergency brake arms will have to be checked.
Jack up and safely support front of vehicle. Remove front wheels. Remove front brake calipers and hang them with wire so not to damage brake hoses. Remove brake caliper brackets. Remove brake rotors. Rotors may need a little persuasion with a large hammer as they may be stuck/rusted in place. Reverse order to install rotors.
most times if brake lights are stuck on you have a bad brake light switch on pedal under dash
stuck? how is it stuck? if you have removed all (4) bolts then it should slide off.. if not push hard on the caliber to depress the cylinder making it easier to slide off
If the parking brake pedal on your 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 is stuck to the floor, you might have broken the parking brake cable. Remove the rear tires to see if the cable is still attached and replace it as needed.
Remove shifter from the top and try to align shift pegs
I'm thinking about what you said, and I release probably you don't have emergency brake on, it could be something broken on the rear brake hardware, So you have to pull your tires off and check the brake springs and check emergency brake cables under the truck,
Brake Lights "Stuck" ONUsually that is caused by the brake light switch becoming "out of adjustment," but sometimes it can be caused by a defective brake light switch.
Remove the two screws holding the third brake light lens on then remove the lens, it may be stuck but it will pop off. Replace the two bulbs in there by pulling them straight out.
the parking brake may be stuck and that causes the brakes to lock up completely, and the horn and lights will stick work if the parking brake is stuck.
You have to remove the brake caliper first. Then you might have to slack the parking brake. The parking brake on read disc in inside the back of the rotor. If you cannot slack the parking brake, the you will have to hit the rotor ( with a small 5 lb hammer ) to loosen it. Might take a little time if it is stuck on.
"Stuck" brake lights indicate that the brake light switch on the brake pedal is broken. It should be replaced.
Remove the caliper, remove the caliper bracket, and remove speed clips that hold rotor. If the rotor is stuck , take a hammer and hit it squarely between the wheel studs.
stuck parking brake/stuck brake caliper
brake caliper get stuck ed
the brake switch at the pedal is stuck or out of adjustment.
A stuck caliper piston. Stuck caliper slide pins. Pinched brake line/hose. Frozen/stuck parking brake cable/mechanism.
Defective or out of adjustment brake light switch.