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Why would the left rear wheel of a 1992 Chevy Cavalier lock up when you step on the brakes but not if in reverse?

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2004-11-10 11:24:21
2004-11-10 11:24:21

You probably have the brake pads reversed. There is one for the front side and another for the rear. The shorter one should be in the front.

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