I have a 89 Toyota Camry in the back passenger side brake is grabbing

Asked by Sep 28, 2015 at 11:24 PM about the 1989 Toyota Camry STD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Fluid contamination is the most common for grabbing brakes, you will have to take the wheel off and inspect the brakes, some shops will do this for free, call around.

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DONT look at the one grabbing thats the one that works. look at the other side . jack up the rear have a friend lightly apply the brake spin tires by hand one at a time. ill bet one side works and the other does not. if you take the drums off inspect for wet or leaking wheel cylinders. also those brake linings make sure they havent come loose from the shoe. oh yea if alot of fluid is found DO A COMPLETE BRAKE JOB ON THE REAR.

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