Make sure all the wheels on the ground are chocked before releasing the parking brake. You may also need to back off the parking brake adjusters if there is a small ridge in the rotor hat caused by the parking brake shoes.i have a manual tran
I have the park brake engaged...thus the spring effect huh...
If I put the car in gear..and take the e-brake off....should I b ok
You are not an idiot my friend. We've all been there. Glad it all worked out. :thumbup: :banana:THANK YOU ALL FOR THE HELP...i AM APPARENTLY AN IDIOT...
Had taken the ebrake off and well lets just say red hot knife through recently microwaved butter
thanks again to u all!
Scott espicially for pointing out my moment in the sun
+1,000. Posting stories of one's mechanical competence (or not) on the internet is good for your humility.You are not an idiot my friend. We've all been there. Glad it all worked out. :thumbup: :banana:
Keep it all clean; and give the hub face a light smear of antisieze paste before the new rotors go on.