'97 Taurus GL 3.0L Vulcan 140K miles
Replaced all brake hardware in rear last summer: pads, rotors, calipers, cables. Had to recently replace all the rear lines and proportioning valve. I'm darn sure everything is properly bled.
My e-brake barely pulls the caliper on the rear passenger side, and not at all on the drivers rear. I noticed the driver side cable is hardly being pulled.
Do I need to adjust the pistons at the calipers? I recall needing to spin to re-seat them when putting the new pads and rotors on. I also noticed both rear cables don't pull evenly when connected to the main e-brake cable that runs to the cab.
I guess I don't fully understand how the e-brake cable presses the piston to the rotor
. Isn't it supposed to be a self-adjusting system?