Are your emergency brakes in the rotor, these often get overlooked. They can fall to pieces after awhile,give them a look.
Is there a separate pad for the emergency brake? I did notice the interior part of the rotor is not gripping on the outside edges. Are you saying pieces of it could have fallen into the rotor?Are your emergency brakes in the rotor, these often get overlooked. They can fall to pieces after awhile,give them a look.
No problem, I appreciate the response!My bad , I just looked and it was not how I thought . Sorry for that.
I have a cable running to the caliper for the ebrake, it's a 2017 Grand Caravan. Will take a look at it next time I have a chance to jack it up. Thanks!Depending on year and make of your truck, it may e-brake shoes inside of
the drum with rear disc brakes. Look under your truck and see if there is a
cable going to the backing plate on both sides. If there is a cable, then you
have mechanical e-brakes. These brakes were notorious for rusting the
lining off of the metal part of the shoes.
Good Luck, Daddyododge1