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Old 11-03-2001, 09:20   #1 (permalink)
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XA Coupe in a XB Coupe

car must have been running badly ... all this white smoke came from the rear .. needed new rings I think:s6:
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dont try this at home
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Looks like someone put a chock or something under the front wheels or a chain to the diff as a prank!!:oo1:
Don't ya hate it when that happens.:s2:
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Or it could be an XB Coupe related brake problem.
I think I remember reading it somewhere that the front brakes are prone to locking up as this picture shows.
Coincidence or braking fault...you be the judge.
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I've since read that if you tap the brake pedal repeatedly you can disengage the front calipers and be able to drive away.
Handy hint.
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I remember Dad's old XB 302 sedan having the same problem in front of the Wommera Police station.:s6: Funnier still was that a yank in a new 'vette got the blame.
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the 'engine problem' happened about 10 years ago ( the XA isn't my first coupe by a long shot ! ) I couldn't trace what the problem was but it disappeared shortly after the photos were taken ... I never did find out why it happened :s6: :s6: :s6: :s6:
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